Q: Does my AC Condeser need to be replaced along with the Compressor?

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Hi ,My AC Compressor recently went out and I wanted to know if I am going to need to replace the Condenser as well or can it be flushed without ruining the new compressor? If your wondering how I know the compressor is the issue I took it to a shop to get the issue diagnosed.

My car has 106509 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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