Re: [DML] Use teflon thread tape on high-pressure AC hose fittings?
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Re: [DML] Use teflon thread tape on high-pressure AC hose fittings?



The fittings on the condensor and compressor are sealed with o-rings. 
No teflon tape needed.
Warren at DMC


ksgrimsr wrote:
> Over the eons, I finally rubbed a hole in my high-pressure AC hose 
> where it was rubbing against the handbrake cable.
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> In replacing the hose, are the fittings where they attach to the 
> condenser and compressor tightened up dry or is the use of teflon 
> thread tape (or other fitting conditioner) recommended?
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