Took my car to the shop and was told it has a leak in the high pressure side of the ac system. They wanted $360 to replace the part (which means the low pressure side would be replaced as well) and then another $100 to evacuate and recharge the freon. Meanwhile, a guy at my work says that I should be able to fix a leak with some R134 that I should be able to get for about $6-7. I got the freon recharged about 6 weeks ago when it was only spitting out mildly cool air. 6 weeks later, I'm at about the same place. Does the shop want too much? Will my coworker's solution work?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 AT 1:13 PM