How To Find Leaks In The Air Conditioner System Of Your Vehicle

id-100201847During the summer it is imperative to have a good Air Conditioner system working in your vehicle. The winters not being so cold here yet in Florida means we still use our air conditioner’s in our cars or trucks. When the air is getting warm in the air conditioner system it needs paying attention to because there may be a leak or multiple leaks. Chris over at ChirsFix on youtube.com has a great solution for finding the leaks with a DIY video.

Thanks Chris!

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