Question about 2004 Mazda 6
Call up autozone or Oriellys, the compressor is probably $500 maybe more, I suspect the majority of that cost he is charging you is labor. This is not a job most diy people can do, it requires gauges and vacuum pumps and special equip to recover existing freon in your system.
2000 is not an entirely unreasonable price, a little high but not unreasonable. I could do the same job myself for 1/4 that, but I have all of the tools to do it with and the training. You also should not do A/C work unless you know what you are doing and have the tools to do it with..
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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