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Getting ready to replace my A/C compressor and some other parts, was wondering if you guys have any tips or tricks on to replacing the unit. My truck has never had AC since i bought it in 2015, i figured since i have small children it has to be done. i will be doing all the work at my house, no need to pay thousands of dollars for a shop to install.

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It's as simple as it looks. Just nuts and bolts to get everything out. Make sure the o-rings are in good condition or new when the lines go back on the compressor.


Then take it to a shop to get is properly vacuumed down/filled or you can do it yourself if you have the proper set of gauges and vacuum pump.

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