Q: Possible AC leak

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The AC was checked and filled. The repair shop mentioned the possibility of a leak.

Hi. The air conditioning system is in fact a sealed system and any failure due to a low system charge must be the result of a leaking component. Have a trained technician inspect the vehicle’s air conditioning system for signs of a leak.

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