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Old 23 Jun 2008, 11:16 pm
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Question 91 civic dx ac compressor

Hey guys..I've been tryin to solve a leak on my daughters civic for a few days...found a loose line but still leaks will not hold a charge. Jumped pressure switch...runs fine. I put the dye in it today and the only place I saw it coming out was this little drain port/orafice on the side of the compressor. It had a little rubber cap that just blew out and was just leaking oil and dye.

Is this a sign that the seals inside the compressor are shot? And I should just go for the compressor change?

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