I had that smell for a time being. The dealer charged me $100 plus to fix the smell. That did not do the trick. However, my biggest compaint about the air conditioner is it's lack of cooling. It doesn't cool great any time, but when the car is stopped, the cooling goes down to nothing. I live in south Louisiana where it is extremely hot - and this is the worst AC I've ever had in any of the cars I've ever owned. (I'm 62 - so I've been through a few cars!)_
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Re: 2007 Hyundai Elantra AC Problem
The basic warranty to your Sonata is 5 years or 60,000 miles, If it's just low on R134a and needs to be recharged. that will be a cost to you, but if there is a problem like a expansion valve that has gone bad or the a/c compressor going bad. That cost will be there's, you can call around to see how much it would cost to recharge your system or you can complain to the dealer since if you are loosing R134a. There must be a leak in the system and that should still be covered. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.
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$170 He's still out the Hundred dollar bill plus the $70 in merchandise that she so called Purchased with the stolen money. and technically he'd be out $200 if You count the $30 he gave her back in change.
Most dealers and workshops that have the equipment to deal with such problems generally make a fixed charge for carrying out a code read and clearing faults from the memory and here in Britain the charge varies from around £25 to £35. If repairs are needed they are extra, charged at the usual labour rate, plus parts, plus taxes.
I f repairs are required some establishments will then waive the fixed charge for the initial code read.
Whether it is covered or not goes By the fault code that is present whenever the SRS system warning light is turned on. Airbags save lives, fix it and fight over who pays later. Keep the all the paper work and appeal to Hyundai to help pay the bill to fix it.
Your vehicle is brand new and that is your exhaust converter
It will eventually go away. If you go up hills,it gets real bad, as it heats up more.
If it continues for 6 months, have the dealer check it out,under warrantee
At BMW dealer ship they charge near to $100 plus service charge.But if its the only problem of battery in your key-fob then get it replaced by local car garage ,they will do it at very less cost.The cost of key-fob battery is not very much.You can get batteries at local car part store or at auto-zone service center.
hi it does sound like it is, bearing in mind the belt is about $25, as you said water pump $100 plus 4.5 to 5 hours labour if that's $100 an hour..that works out to be $625, plus gasket, and coolant about $50 ish, so they are charging you allot more really than it should be, even if the labour is a higher rate, that still is over the top, i would shop around...hope this helps