IS THERE A METHOD IN REMOVE REAR NUT ON ACCUMULATOR THAT IS ATTACHED TO EVAPORATOR
1998 GMC Jimmy • 6 cylinder Automatic • 125,708 miles
I have tried lubricating with w40 and b-blaster and still I can not get rear nut from accumulator off. I use a set of wrench's for nut on accumulator and evaporator. Is there method or some kind of spring lock to remove it? Thanks.
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Aug 7, 2012.
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