I was unable to log-in on my old user name, DougsJeep. I need to seek help from a moderator for that problem! I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Back to the Jeep, it will leak out a full charge of freon overnight, under 12 hours. My neighbor came over with a freon sniffer and found freon coming out of the heater/AC drain on the right hand side of the fire wall. My best guess is I will have to replace the AC evaporator.
Any idea how the unit comes out? My guess is to disconnect the heater & AC lines first, and go from there. You ever been in these woods and have a to-do list.
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