Question about 2003 Chrysler Town & Country
I just had my 2003 T & C with front and back AC recharged, it took almost 3#'s of refrigerant. I had AC and one day later, I have no cool air. A year ago, I had the dealer check for leaks and they added dye and still could not find a leak. I had AC through most of last summer so it was a slow leak but this year, the refirgerant lasted only a day. Where should I begin looking for the leak?
the easiest way to check for a leak would be to use a black light and follow the a/c lines around looking closely for the glow of the dye also look real close around the fire wall condenser and the evaporator to insure the system is sealed tight also check around the a/c pump pulley for any signs of leaks you can also check the a/c clutch by starting the van and switching a/c on to see if the clutch is engaging.... hope this helps thanks
Posted on May 30, 2010
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