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JeremyD said:
just got under the car with a spray bottle and some soapy water couldnt find a leak anywere i also felt the intake side of the compressor and it doesnt seem to be sucking too much im still convinced the compressor seal is gone
A compressor fault will not cause the front to drop. You need to find why it is dropping. Remove the EAS relay/timer under the seat and leave overnight. If it still drops you have a leak. If this isn't sorted you will just destroy any new or repaired compressor.
 
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