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I cannot get the old rubber hose that covers the evaporater's metal lines off. The new one did not come with them. Does anybody know where I can buy some replacements or what I can use instead? Thanks.

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I used some foam tape and then wrapped it with foil hvac tape.

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Thanks for the reply's. I guess I have wasted my time on this. Neither the heater core or the evaporator core was leaking. I have a leak in my ac system and had it narrowed down to the evaporator core. There is no oil or oily spot on it. I had the yellow dye put in it when I replaced the compressor about 3 years ago. I also added a can of freon that had red dye in it before I started this project. Could not find any red or yellow dye at any of the ac fittings and lines.

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I chased a leak on mine for a while and it turned out to be the compressor. Hard to look in there and see anything. Mine was oe compressor though.

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I will check there when I get it back together. The foam on this door is rotten but still there. Maybe lowes will have something to replace it with.

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Pretty much re did mine with foam from Lowes or HD. Still seems to be working fine.

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