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Is there a way to evacuate the a/c line with out going to the mechanic? I had to buy a new compressor and I don't want to pay 200 to have it done. Dealer wanted 900 for a new compressor and labor plus freon and oil.
Thought if I opened up one end of the high side that it will blow the air out while I am
Filling it up with the r134a and oil. If that would work basically the same as them having a machine on it. I could be wrong.
Only a a/c machine car drain it properly, and trust me you don't want to do it yourself. It's still winter so a lot of places would give you a good deal on a a/c service.
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