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Username Post: 2011 Cruze A/C line damaged. A hard fix?        (Topic#357633)
Edward55105 
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Reg: 10-18-14
08-12-19 03:38 PM - Post#2773064    

So on the bottom right side of my car, in the very front, I hit a car hitch and bent the a/c hose were it goes into the bottom of the condenser. All the freon escaped. The hose is damaged and needs to be replaced. I don't have a vac pump so I would need to go to a shop.

How hard is that to do? Has anyone else had to get this done? (I'm in Charleston SC so suggestions as to where to go would be helpful).

If I take it to a A/C specialty shop how much 'might' a repair like this cost me?

Thanks Everyone



 




Edward55105 
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Reg: 10-18-14
08-18-19 05:25 PM - Post#2773510    
    In response to Edward55105

So it was $525 to replace the A/C line.



 
rockfangd 
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rockfangd
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Loc: Utica ny
Reg: 04-13-10
08-20-19 07:57 PM - Post#2773717    
    In response to Edward55105

Likely most of the cost was for the service and the freon.
I swear it Shops charge people for it like it is gold.
The line likely went from the compressor to the condenser.
Glad you got it fixed.
Did they have to replace the condenser?

Old School GM fan FOREVER


 




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