Do I really need a recharge?

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Do I really need a recharge?

Postby thailen » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:47 am

My car's A/C needs a new blower motor and resister. The current freon is still bubbling and full, so why do I need a recharge?
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Re: Do I really need a recharge?

Postby HECAT » Wed Apr 25, 2018 5:08 am

A blower motor replacement does not require a recharge, unless lines need to be removed for access. However, since there is only one way to know if it is full; a repair shop may recommend a recover and recharge to confirm the accuracy of the charge.
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