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Old 06-19-2011
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A/C high pressure side valve leaking

1996 2.3L

My refrigerant all leaked out and when I refilled it I noticed the high pressure side valve leaking. I found a replacement kit at autozone but I can't figure out how to get the original one out. Anyone know?

The replacement has a tool with it to put the new one in, but the original has nowhere to put the tool. Any ideas?
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its called a schrader valve thats leaking...it is almost exactly the same as a tire valve stem...and it comes out the same way as a valve stem
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