No, I'll be sorry. I am still looking for a good tech that can think outside the scanner. There are a number of givens (worked well recently, accident occurred and was repaired recently on the left front side, the control display shows 0 degrees Centigrade, the static pressure of the refrigerant is above 100 lbs, all other indicators present themselves as a fully functional A/C) and my favorite given of all, there are a FINITE number of devices that can cause these symptoms should one decide to consider such factors.
I sure wish I could ask a tech if the wreck damaged the fan module which I discovered is located by the battery on the LEFT FRONT side where the accident was and if that device could have the effect of allowing the display to look normal except for the 0 degrees Celsius part.
I wish the same for - if there was a way to mechanically(volt meter) test the cycling device that has 3 terminals not two?
Signed. Still looking.
Please folks, no more volunteer techs for me. They seem too dependent on expensive high tech equipment. This isn't NASA its a 2003 Saturn. Its a very nice car but my daughter got hit in it and the adjuster wanted to total it over a $2500.00 repair. What do you think a high priced A/C shop would do. There is a reason why folks like us come here looking for thoughtfully applied LOGIC and reasonable consideration, you know, compassion. Its my gamble and my money(for the best possible answer), how about it. Is this the best 2carpros can do?
Monday, June 9th, 2014 AT 7:42 PM