I'd avoid stop leak, but do what you want. What happens is that when the system is discharged, the stop leak hardens up- whether it's inside or not. This KOs parts, and sometimes expensive parts. That's the danger of stop leak. If you get lucky, maybe it will do it's job and stop the leak for you- who knows.
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