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    I tried that route and got what was supposed to be a "good" "tested"compressor and it still didnt work so i said to hell with it, but i also had a couple orifice tubes that needed replacing and now its warrantied for 3 years. the part that really sucks it that with having the rear air you need the extra freon and 135 of my 1000 was for the freon!!
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    Sounds about right. And they charged you $135 for the freon that you could have gotten at the parts store for $40... Gotta love shop mark up.
    I am currently working on a 2000 Suburban with rear AC and the rear lines are leaking.. So im looking at some real fun...
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