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The WJ JEEP. no ENGINE STATED, SO DID BOTH.
what is a CAN?

my guess you meant "how CAN i replace my A.C compressor."

RTM ,read the manual chapter 24
its all there, just read and then ask questions.

READ WJ HERE 24 PAGE 38
PARTS 1 TO 7, SEE EM?

http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/WJ/How to replace can compressor - 2170060b-0cb4-4810-97ff-73f6f13c594f.jpg

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  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2016

    posted over 200, how to read a simple manual
    what is a can?
    chapter 24 is HVAC systems, some free books hide that page'
    here is a link to WJ ,notjumbled
    http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/W...

    see chapter 24, read that first
    i bet after, you are off to a nice aSE shop
    for better help.

    the answer is you cant.(shouldn't;)
    if you did, the earths OZONE dies.

  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2016

    what is
    can compressor

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2016

    My guess,got flash light and looked.

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