Question about 2004 Lincoln Aviator
My 2004 Aviator air conditioner is not cooling. It is blowing but the air does not get cold. What can I expect the repair bill to be?
Where ever you take it they are going to do an AC service. That involves evacuating the system of any remaining freon, pulling a vacuum in the system, seeing if the system holds the vacuum, and then recharging the system with freon and adding some type of leak detector dye to the freon. That can run anywhere from $40 to $90, depending on where you live and the labor rates where you live. You can call around to the different shops in your area and ask how much they charge to do an AC service.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Check under the cover of the radiator, you will see a chrome tube from the a/c has a fastening clip that is often broken and the pipe begins to carve into the radiator until it is pierced buscar
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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