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Old 09-12-2011, 04:41 PM   #7
GearHeadPeter
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Originally Posted by Camaromann View Post
TOMORROW (9/13) I HAVE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE MOST EXPERIENCED MECHANIC AT THE LOCAL CHEVY DEALER. I SPOKE WITH HIM TODAY, AND HE ALSO STATED THAT DESPITE THE COMPUTER READINGS, HE IS GOING TO EVACUATE THE ENTIRE 134a REFRIGERANT OUT OF THE SYSTEM, WEIGH IT TO DETERMINE IF WAS UNDER-CHARGED AT THE FACTORY, AND THEN REFILL THE SYSTEM TO FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS. I HAVE MY FINGERS CROSSED, BECAUSE IT IS WAY TOO HOT DOWN HERE IN MIAMI TO HAVE A NEW CAR WITH WARM A/C. AND YES....I ALWAYS LEAVE THE A/C ON RECIRCULATING MODE.
You might have this tech see if there is a pin hole leak somewhere as that was what was wrong with mine. The dealer found a small crack in the condenser using a freon sniffer. I can totally understand the need to AC, hotter than hell in Phoenix AZ this year.
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