2000 Pontiac Grand Prix Automatic
Its started as the air blowing perfectly fine and cooling as well. Then, the air was blowing but it sounded as if there was paper stuck in the vent adn water was dripping on the passenger side floor board. Then, the air stopped cooling and blowing altogether. I took it to the shop and they said that "the seal" on the AC unit was broken as well as the blower. Ok, I'm not genius or mechanic, but it seems that they could've explained what seal. I asked them for specifics and was told that I wouldn't understand, but it was "the seal" and the total repair would cost 695.00. So my question is: If "the seal" is broken does that mean that entire AC unit has to be replaced? Because it's hard for me to fathom a blower (60.00) costing 695.00? Please help I just don't want to be jipped.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 AT 6:54 PM