I agree with Don, but keep in mind that there may be more to it.
IF the system was slowly losing it's effectiveness, then there is a good chance of a recharge to solve it. However, if it was cold one day and went warm the next there is probably a leak and a recharge will be short lived if it isn't found. I suggest getting dye injected into the system if there is no leak found. THis way if there is a slow leak, there is a better chance of identifying it.
There are good garages out there that are upstanding. A/C services can really strain a customer/shop relationship when leaks happen.
Saturday, July 5th, 2008 AT 5:48 AM