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I have an AC leak in my car.

If you have a leak in the AC system then that needs to be repaired. Most of the time an AC leak appears by way of an oily residue on the hoses or connections. Once the leak is repaired, the system needs to have a vacuum pulled on it to remove all of the air and moisture. This can also help identify other leaks if it does not hold the vacuum. If you are going to have this fixed, consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your home or office to locate any coolant leaks and make the appropriate repairs.

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