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Cost to add A/C?

I was thinking of adding A/C to my 2002 Ford Ranger with the 2.3. Anyone know what it would cost?
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Depends on where you get the parts from. If you get junk yard parts, it depends on how cheap your yard is. I can't guess how much it would be. I'd say around $100 or more just for parts. Then to get it charged, and if you don't have the compressor on your truck, you'll need a new belt. The charge from a shop will probly be between 90-150, depends on where you go.
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