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1997 Monte Carlo how to add refrigerant?

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2011-09-12 07:47:24
2011-09-12 07:47:24
Nah, It's easy. AnswerJust get a refill shop from the Auto parts store. The valve to refill is under the washer reservoir and just north of that
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