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Old 11-16-2012, 02:41 PM
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Default A/C Leak after Sparkplugs

When I was changing the sparkplugs on my '10 CC 2500 BigHorn I bumped, and I mean barely bumped the A/C line that goes to the junction box on the firewall and it lost all refrigerant I have a friend with guages ect. I changed the O-Rings on the engine side but upon re-charging found that the leak in on the INSIDE :'(

My question is: is there O-Rings on the inside or am I going to most likely have to change the condensor inside(line split)? Do I pull all those clips to access it? I am very mechanical but '10 is by far the newest vehicle i've turned wrenches on. What should I expect once in there? I have already unplugged the compressor as to not burn it up. I know it's now winter but want to fix this asap.

Thank you in advance. A
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