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i would check the accumulator assembly first... he entire assembly cost like 60 bucks... might save you tearing into teh dash.
 

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yeah. jsut get a uv dye kit and teh blacklight.. will make the leak much easier to find.. like 14 bucks at autozone. i even think walfart carries it. as for warmaster. he just has your best interest in mind... he wasnt attacking, just advising. you never said you were unsure about what he might have said. i would want a mechanic that knows what he is talking about.. wether i knew what he was saying or not.
 

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its best to just take things lightly here. and stay on topic.. lol. anyways. let us know how it goes... my advice would be to get one tnight.. do it.. and look when it gets dark. the dye will flouesce under the blacklight and you should be able to see it moer clearly.. mark the leak wih some white out or something. so you can go back to it in the daylight... and go from there.
 

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i didnt need a dye test... the previous owner had slapped some crap on there in a half assed attempt to patch it... worked until winter hit and dried it out... lol. i jsut replaced the accumulator assembly.
 
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