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37312 OE Replacement Series HVAC Pressure Switch
Part Number: FS37312
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Quantity Sold : Sold individuallySeries : OE Replacement SeriesWarranty : 120-day 4-Seasons limited warranty
1711677 HVAC Pressure Switch - Sold individually
Part Number: GPD1711677
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Promotions : European Vehicle PartsQuantity Sold : Sold individuallySeries : GPD OE ReplacementWarranty : 1 year GPD limited warrantyRecommended Use : OE ReplacementProduct Fit : Direct Fit
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Q:Will i have to have the system recharge after I change high low valve ? Show Less
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A:BEST ANSWERHello! Yes, you will, which means you should have an A/C specialist replace it since they will have to evacuate the system anyways. Refrigerant is very bad for the environment! Show less
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