Rear A/C 2005 Yukon Denali XL

Danno34

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I was recharging my A/C yesterday and after jump starting the compressor (with a paper clip because it was completely empty so compressor wouldn’t engage) I heard a loud hissing noise coming from under the rear passenger side tire and it smelled like Freon. Obviously I have a leak there as it sucked the whole bottle of Freon in like 10 seconds. Was thinking of buying this rear a/c repair kit and was wondering if anyone has used it yet. Seems like a pretty easy fix:

Rear AC Line Set, Suburban and Yukon XL, Air Conditioning Replacement Lines SUB6050 (AMAZON FITMENT IS INCORRECT, PLEASE READ LISTING DETAILS) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XB2LMHW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_D99YEb2GG7V8C


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Bigbmn

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Don't know if you pursued this, but I had a leak from the rear AC lines, and am going to attempt this.
The idea of purchasing the original lines, and they don't appear to fit without cutting and splicing, I like this idea better, and they say they have a lifetime warranty.
Doing this for a 2014 GMC Yukon

https://www.autocoolingsolutions.com/
 

John H Daniel

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I found both rear AC lines had corrosion holes. Ended up using Blackhorse Racing AC line blockers. Less that $20. Did the trick; easy peasy
 

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