Replacing the compressor is no big deal...couple of bolts, but you will need to evac the system to remove any contaminates...a set of A/C recharge hoses...if your old system is R-12 fitted get a conversion kit to R134a...' cause R-12 freon is real hard to find and requires a federal permit. oh and prime the new compressor before you start the vehicle...the oil needs to circulate completely in the system before start up..or you get a knocking compressor.
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