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Old 07-15-2002, 10:12 PM
speedy300Dturbo speedy300Dturbo is offline
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If you are replacing the compressor it will be necessary to replace the receiver dryer as well as the expansion valve. You may also want to replace the switches that plug into the dryer. Once this is done, you'll need to flush the system thoroughly to rid it of any debris. Debris in the system can damage your new compressor and then you'll have to replace it again. If you take it to a shop you're looking around $500- 700 labor. At least that's how much they wanted to charge me to have it done on my old 300D.
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