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post #3 of (permalink) Old 04-17-2002, 10:10 PM
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Re: R-134A retrofit

I've done it to maybe 5 cars in the last 2 summers, and it's well worth the money. I have recovery equipment and a vacuum pump, and do some refrigeration work, so it only cost me the $30-40 for the 134a kit. My chevy pickup was one, and it leaks out one of the hoses, but it still only costs around $5-10 per year for the 134a to refill it. At that price every year, it's not even worth fixing the leak. Even if you have to pay for it to be done, $200 sounds like a fair price for all the work Mike mentioned being done.
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