124 evaps aint too bad to do. The last one I did took me about 6 hours but, I had to handle the trim with kid gloves as it was dry and brittle. If you do tackle this yourself place the mounting hardware for each part with the part and lay things out in the order of removal. (the roof covered in a blanket is great for this) This way you dont have to bactrack and you get the right skrews in the right holes.
134 oil (pag) is nasty stuff, I wear latex gloves while handling oil soaked parts. Be sure to test the elements while your there, if you find one leaking, nut up and replace all of them. I like the BEHR evaps as well, reasonable price, super fit and good quality.
Project Smoker, '87 603 powered wagon
Hauler, 96 CTD can you say torque?
Toy 73 Cougar xr7 convertible
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