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How do you recharge the AC in a 2002 Mercury Cougar?

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2012-04-29 03:32:18
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Buy yourself a large can of R-134a refrigerant from any auto parts store and follow the instruction on the can itself; it's a cinch. Make sure the refrigerant comes with a connector hose and gauge. The refrigerant was about $50, but you get $10 core charge back when you turn the empty can back into the auto parts store.

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