I need to replace the AC compressor on a 97 (same as 95-99) Chysler Cirrus with the V6 2.5L I don't know if anyone has specific knowledge on this car, but in general how hard is it to replace the sucker? It's low on the passenger's side so there's no telling how much stuff I have to unbolt just to get to it. Looks like I damn near need to unbolt the fender to get to it So, once I loosen the serpentine belt, take off any wiring harnesses, and remove the hoses (ooops, I mean recover the 134-a in a $5,000,000 recovery system that I have in my tool shed is there anything else I have to do? The instructions say to put some PAG oil in the compressor which I will obviosuly do. Then, Once everything is hooked back up, I just have to hook up some PAG and 134-s to the low side, turn the engine on, and then repeatedly turn on and off the comnpressor (through the controlls inside the car) so that I don't damage it through a lack of lubrication, right? One last thing. In a perfect world I know you should have a vacuum system hooked to it to remove any air or moisture. Unless the hand vacuum pump I use for bleeding brakes will somehow hook up to it, I don't see this happening. ANy problems? Thanks for any help or input you guys may have. -- Mike <font color=blue> At some point I'll be done building my truck and can actually go wheeling. Until then, I guess sex and alcohol will have to do.