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Fri Jul 15 11:26:37 EDT 2005
For small leaks they can work. If you're planning on keeping the car
a *long* time, best to replace the components as the sealants
(multiple fills over time) aren't necessarily good for the compressor.
I reguarly use R-134a with sealant when topping off or replacing
components in older cars.
On 7/15/05, SuffolkD at aol.com <SuffolkD at aol.com> wrote:
> Help with AC sealant:
> "Hi, I came across your name through Audifans.com, when I was doing a search
> on A/C evaporator leaks. My mechanic says the leak seems slow and is
> possibly coming from the evaporator. Replacing the evaporator is expensive, so do
> you know anything about sealants? There is this sealant called Super Seal
> Premium by Cliplight. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.
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