How should I handle ac lines during a cab swap to prevent contamination and make sure it will work again? I'm hoping to get it done quickly but not sure how long it will be. 99 1500 going into a 98 2500 cummins.
block all open lines , I use the plastic taper plugs , taped in place . ounce you complete the job , the system MUST be evacuated to remove AIR , THEN recharged . so keeping things clean IS the goal , not so much as dampness or such .... ( no you can't just add freon .. the space is allready taken up by AIR , you gotta remove the air first) I would replace the dryer any way .
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