[A4] a/c condenser replacement

Richard Hurt rnhurt at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 12:02:40 EDT 2007

I would be scared to death of clogging up the rest of the system.  Is that
stuff safe?  Can you ever get it out of the system in case you need to in
the future?  I view it kinda like the stop leak tire repair stuff - it works
and its easy to use but it pretty much ruins it's environment.


On 7/10/07, Arthur Marks <aamarks at cox.net> wrote:
>  Anything wrong with just trying to add a $10 can of R134a with the leak
> stopper? I don't know if that would work with a "leaking" condenser, but it
> seems worth a shot. You can buy them with a pressure gauge.
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> *Sent:* Tuesday, July 10, 2007 8:42 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [A4] a/c condenser replacement
> you can replace it yourself, you will need to pull the front clip, then
> have
> a shop refill/recharge the system after, otherwise buy the part used off
> of
> car-part.com and take it to a aftermarket 2nd hand audi shop, non  dealer!
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