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Old 02-07-2023, 02:01 PM
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Default New Vintage Air install and fixing a leak

Look for guidance on tracking down a leak (or leaks) in a brand-new Vintage Air install. The system is dry and has nothing in it. Shop went to charge it but said they couldn't because of a leak. What is the best way to track down where the leak is coming from? I would rather not have to check every fitting and still not be sure if the system is tight.
Doug L.
68 Camaro RS/SS Conv. LSA/T56
67 Camaro RS LS2/T56 "NutKse"
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