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Leaking HVAC AC line

Was just checking things out under the hood and it looks like I have a freon leak from one of the HVAC lines on the driver side. Seems to be leaking from a crimp in the line. Grr. Anyone have an estimate on labor hours to get this line replaced? Just under 39k on the odo.




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It appears to be the suction and discharge line, which happens to be an assembly, according to the parts fiche. However, I can't seem to find a part number nor price. The EVAP to condenser line is available though.

Nix that. Found a part number for ye:92288310. They're calling it a discharge hose, though it has both on it
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Thanks! Made an appointment to have it looked at by the dealer so we’ll know for sure in a few weeks. Can’t get it in there before then. Found a few instances online of people with this same problem. Some reference engine movement as a source of the issue. We’ll see.

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It appears to be the suction and discharge line, which happens to be an assembly, according to the parts fiche. However, I can't seem to find a part number nor price. The EVAP to condenser line is available though.

Nix that. Found a part number for ye:92288310. They're calling it a discharge hose, though it has both on it
GM pricing for #92288310 is $158.99
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A quick google search show it for less than $100 all day long, so idunno.

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Parts are cheap. Was more wondering about the process involved with replacing it.

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Parts are cheap. Was more wondering about the process involved with replacing it.
In typical CB750 fashion "its not FREON, Freon is a brand name for R12 refrigerant like Kleenex is to tissue paper, get your facts straight"

Typically, you'd want to have the system properly evacuated using a refrigerant machine according to section 609 guidelines. Then you could go about replacing the assembly. Filling up the system would be best handled by a professional with a machine to determine the exact weight of refrigerant to replace - unless you have a vacuum pump, dual gauge setup for the high / low side and a bottle of refrigerant with a scale.
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Lol thanks. Learned something new today No intent on fixing this myself. But supercharger, no sweat

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