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    Recognized as needing a lap dance
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    Default Car AC Repair

    I have a 2014 GMC Acadia that has a leak in the AC line and don't know where it is. I'm looking for someone who can repair the leak and recharge the AC.

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    I'd help, but kinda far north. You need someone to evacuate then add uv dye and charge it up. My shop charges 60-80 for that.

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    I could help, but I'm out of town for a while (1.5 weeks), and wouldn't be the fastest repair. (Dye and fill, find leak, order part and wait, reassemble, recharge).

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    At this rate I'm not in the biggest hurry. I'm not sure I cold do it any sooner than a week from now anyway.

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    If you come down to Pueblo West area, I can check it with my electronic leak detector. It is the only GOOD way to find a leak. Sometimes a system will have a tiny leak that will make it almost impossible to find with dye. Or maybe you can rent one near you. I have the one listed below...

    https://www.amazon.com/INFICON-TEK-M.../dp/B07NVV4XGX
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