can someone tell me what line this is or even a part number? PLEASE!

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  1. GT3FC

    GT3FC Active Member

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    I saw some bubbling green liquid coming from this fitting where it is circled. I'm guessing I will need to replace the whole line. cane someone point me to where I can get a new line or give me a part number or tell me a name for the hose.
    Or if anyone has a diagram of the a/c hoses that would help me as well

    I think it is this line: http://www.latemodelrestoration.com...-A-C-Liquid-Line-From-Evaporator-To-Condenser
    But I'm not 100% sure

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    nah man a little duct tape and your back on the road no problem!
     
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    Just don't take off the old one. The refrigerant lines are all under pressure, you need to have the refrigerant pumped out. Replace the parts, then have it charged.

    Not a DIY unless you have access to the right tools.
     
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    A buddy had a Hyundai that had a leak in the condensor. The whole system was empty obviously. He put the new condensor in, filled it with one of those cans from an auto parts store while it was running. She blew ice cold. Didn't realize it was that simple thought it was more of a process than that.......
     
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    Actually your supposed to pull a vacuum on the system to pull the air out and ck for leaks. Then you can add the freon.
     
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    Right, I thought that you had to put a vacuum to put it in. Didn't realize it was strictly to check for leaks...
     
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    Seriously guys? Come know not one of you even tried to answer my question.
     
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    We're all 5.0 guys.
     
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    Most online parts places have nice diagrams of the systems. Something like fordpartsonline.com
     
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    if you want specific model/part numbers on some heads/cam or something performance wise we can probably help you out in a few seconds. This part though is only going to be replaced when it breaks and not likely something that anyone would remember for more then a week or so after getting it. Your best bet is to go to vatozone or your local autoparts store and look it up on their system which would give you all the options of what is available. Its not that we don't want to help but if someone has not piped in yet I can only guess that no one has replaced one in the past week or two.
     
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    Is this it? I don't have an 02 GT, you are going to have to look at both ends and see what it matches up to. This is the only one on Rock Auto that has a fitting tee'd in for a pressure switch.....

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    pretty sure that is not the right one. The line he has comes out the condenser and then goes to the back of the compressor. The tips on that one are not facing the right way.