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Hello - Trying to change the A/C low pressure switch on the dryer. Is there a special socket that goes over the connector to remove the switch? No room for a wrench. Thanks for your help. - David
 

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There may be an assumption that when removing that switch you're also changing the dryer. In that case, unclip the sensor and remove once the dryer is removed.

They do make sockets with notches for wires for O2 sensors but those would be too big.

Is there really no room for a stubby end wrench or something similar? small crescent wrench?
 

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There may be an assumption that when removing that switch you're also changing the dryer. In that case, unclip the sensor and remove once the dryer is removed.

They do make sockets with notches for wires for O2 sensors but those would be too big.

Is there really no room for a stubby end wrench or something similar? small crescent wrench?
Hello - I am not changing the dryer. However, if I remove this switch, will all the Freon leak out? I was assuming there might be a check valve. Thanks.
 

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Hello - I am not changing the dryer. However, if I remove this switch, will all the Freon leak out? I was assuming there might be a check valve. Thanks.
You know I don't know.
 

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There is not a check valve...you have to drain the system anytime you mess with anything on the a/c system

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