I have a 2013 Chevy captiva . Do I have to drain all
the freon out of the Ac and take the condenser out
to change the radiator?
Repair guide says yes, remove AC condenser. I can only figure it's because of how cheap-ass Chevrolet can be, trying to save .01 cent in fasteners and making you pull a perfectly good condenser in order to remove the radiator. If you can't avoid it, then it might be more cost effective to let a shop do it, since they can recover most of the AC refrigerant then recharge system afterwards.
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