Hi there, I have a 2000 mitsubishi eclipse. The ac no longer works. I took it for an inspection yesterday and after charging the system and testing it with the sniffer they couldn't find anything, however the car usually loses all refrigerant after 2 hours of recharge. I mentioned this to him and he very dismissively said it must be the evaporator. After looking on this site and the rest of the web I'm noticing that no one seems to want to take the time to show a removal/install process for the evaporator. I'm sure there is a great reason. I'm just curious why, and then I wonder: If AC is so difficult to diagnose and so expensive to repair, should I just get another car?
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 AT 3:38 PM