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2G Will this A/C system O-ring kit fit?

Posted by Hickory-NC-2Ggsx, Jun 26, 2019

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  1. Hickory-NC-2Ggsx

    Hickory-NC-2Ggsx Proven Member

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    Hey guys i need to know if this kit comes with all the necessary seals to put my ac condensor back in. Ive put a 1k miles on rebuild and i was just in a hurry when i put it back in the car. But now its getting hotter out and its my daily i need ac back in my life. Lol. But this is what i came up with let me know! Screenshot_2019-06-26-13-36-02.png
     

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  2. Ludachris

    Ludachris Founder & Zookeeper

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  3. 1990TSIAWDTALON

    1990TSIAWDTALON Moderator

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    I took my ac off very carefully and don't remember any seals other than orings. I just asked my son, sitting here next to me and he couldn't remember any either but I did not take the lines off of the compressor (do they come off, LOL?). That kit should have all the orings you need and should be able to go to your local parts store and negotiate with them like I always do. I use a light coat of PAG or our oil for our systems on the orings when I do ac work.
    Suck a vacuum on it and let it sit for a hr to check for leaks. If it still has its vacuum it started with you are golden, start putting some freon in it until it feels good. Don't overfill though or you'll blow a compressor seal.
    I do not claim to be a professional but do all my own and others.
    35-45 low side
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  4. Hickory-NC-2Ggsx

    Hickory-NC-2Ggsx Proven Member

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    Yeah thats what i was more wanting to know if that had all the right ones. I couldnt remember if it had any of the flat crush type seals or regular orings. Yeah i took the line off the compressor also. And i plan on taking it to a old shop i used to work at to recharge it. So that way its done right. If anything ill goto mitsubishi and get a print out of all the seals and make sure.
     

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