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2005 Explorer with rear air

Discussion in 'A/C & Heater systems - HVAC' started by Ford_Racing_Guy, July 26, 2011.

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  1. Ford_Racing_Guy

    Ford_Racing_Guy Well-Known Member

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    I was working on the a/c on my parents explorer, found the leak, its one of the lines that runs all the way to the rear evaporator.


    it appears to be the big line/the low pressure line.


    so yeah it runs from the front right fender down along the frame to the back wheel well then runs over the top of the spare etc to the left rear where the rear HVAC is.

    has anyone ever replaced either of these lines? looks like a complete PITA.

    and also does anyone know the part no. and if they can be ordered online, I may have found it on rockauto but its hard to be clear if its the right one cause the picture is so damn small..

    thanks guys.
     
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  3. Ford_Racing_Guy

    Ford_Racing_Guy Well-Known Member

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    no one has replaced these lines?
     
  4. juicemanfta

    juicemanfta New Member

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    I have the same line leaking for years now on an 03...i want to fix it or replace it. Did you ever fix yours?
     






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