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Old April 9th, 2017
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Replacing radiator help

Does anyone know if it's possible to replace the radiator in a 2002 without having to recharge the a/c afterwards?
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I am afraid the answers out there are no!

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I believe too it will not possible. Share how you do it.
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Cant hurt to try, even if you have to mess with the AC those recharge cans at the auto parts store work well enough to get you going again.
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I finally got the radiator out & no luck keeping the a/c charged. Whoever at GM designed a car where you need to remove half the front end to get to the radiator & have to evacuate the a/c to get it out thought & thought it was a good design should be tarred & feathered.

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