Q: whats the cost of installing an a/c evaporator for a 2001 ford f150

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my freon is leaking out fast. im pretty sure its the evaporator because i see oil around the drain near the evaporator. all lines are dry that pertain to the a/c. its draining fine so i know its not plugged. i
My car has an automatic transmission.

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