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Old 06-29-2014, 11:45 AM   #1
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What fun im going to have. My wife's Durango need a ac evap core. I have been all over this thing trying to find a leak and I cant find it. was told how bad the evaps are for leaks so I guess that's what im going to do??

This thing does have rear ac does anybody know if there is a problem in the back???I cant get to anything unless I remove almost everything inside

It's a 2000 Durango with a 5.9 gas hog

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Old 06-29-2014, 12:33 PM   #2
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2.5 hrs start to finish the dash stays together there's wires and bolts along both side bolts under the top dash cover and 2 center brace bolts. When you get down to really digging in I can get specifics of need be. The rear cores on those leak a lot also right above drivers head of I remember correctly.

Is the headliner drooping in any spots?
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DAMN This sounds like a PITA job .
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Old 06-29-2014, 02:31 PM   #4
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Old 06-29-2014, 04:44 PM   #5
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No droop you want to come do it I hate this truck still having shift problems also
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2.5 hrs start to finish the dash stays together there's wires and bolts along both side bolts under the top dash cover and 2 center brace bolts. When you get down to really digging in I can get specifics of need be. The rear cores on those leak a lot also right above drivers head of I remember correctly.

Is the headliner drooping in any spots?
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If it's not drooping before you go after the core have it checked to make sure that's what it actually is. It would suck to do that work and something else be leaking.
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I have been over every fitting that I can find. there is no stains to be found anyplace. the only thing I cant find is the evap drain
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Rear drain is both side of car near door a pillar in between front and rear doors.

Front drain is on passenger side of engine bay behind cylinder head below accumulator slightly blocked by a silver heat shield
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I will shoot some in it and do some checking. I can charge it fully and it last maybe a week I will add a can and go from there THANKS
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