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Old 05-16-2005, 02:22 PM   #1
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Should I fix I live michigan were at max I would need two years months. It will cost me 70 is for the compresser plus cost r145. I might also need to replace the evaportor also. Is worth it to get fixed.
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It really depends on how important AC is to you.
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I personally prefer cruising with the windows down and the stereo up when it'* warm out. Almost never use the AC (The Missus has Veto authority over my plan if she'* along), so I wouldn't pay to fix it myself.

As stated above, though, it'* one of them personal calls. Depends on what it'* worth to you.
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If you are mechanically inclined at all, fix the A/C by yourself. This is a very easy process, A/C is pretty much self explanatory. Take a Saturday and go to a salvage yard and grab whatever you need. This wont take long to repair. A/C is so so nice when it'* hot out

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