Glad to hear the fan is working but you still have the leak. As the other Tech stated, the mechanic has already told you there wasn t any more leaks. So that would raise an eyebrow to me.
Also, this will be a little hard to detect but they can put a florescent dye in the system and if it is leaking really bad, then it may show up on the ground from the drain tube. They also use sniffers to check the entire system. The evaporator will be expensive to change. My suggestion is to get a second opinion and see if they use the dye and a sniffer and see if the leak is from a connection point, the condenser, compressor, dryer etc. I would not advise jumping right into the evaporator.
Friday, April 20th, 2012 AT 2:51 AM