Does EPA require that all leaks in motor vehicle air conditioners be repaired?
EPA does not require leaks to be repaired, although it suggests vehicle owners repair leaks to reduce emissions, avoid the need to continue to refill systems with high priced refrigerant, and extend the useful life of their air conditioner. Check with your own state to determine if a leak repair requirement exists.
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- Does EPA require that all leaks in motor vehicle air conditioners be repaired?