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Old 06-30-2014, 10:27 AM
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What is this hose?

I have a 2005 Expedition and this hose is leaking at the T. Would it have anything to do with the a/c not working? Does anyone know what the part number is?


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Rear heater hose for the heater coes
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The compressor won't run if the refrigerant is low. There are plenty of other reasons, like a bad fuse or compressor clutch.
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My AC stopped working once on my '04 F150 , I took it in to a trusted mechanic, turns out the bolts had come loose on the clutch , and he just bolted it back on , and 4 years later , works perfect
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If you have a test light/power probe check for power at the compressor. If it's not receiving power then check the low pressure switch. You might just have a leak to the point that the compressor won't kick on.
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