This should be done by a qualified a/c person. The system has to be evacuated and recharged. If not done properly you will have a/c problems in future.
1. Recover refrigerant from A/C system with R 134a refrigerant recovery machine. See RECOVERY, EVACUATION &
SERVICING PROCEDURES article in GENERAL SERVICING.
2. Remove front fascia. Remove upper radiator support cross member.
3. Remove transmission cooler lines.
NOTE: Cap lines while system is open to prevent moisture from entering system.
4. Remove A/C lines. See Fig. 20 . Remove two condenser mounting bolts. Lift condenser up out of the vehicle.
Reverse for reasassembly make sure to evacuate after reinstallling condensor an dchecking oil level then recharge system
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Tuesday, March 19th, 2013 AT 2:08 PM