Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tracker
First, Yes, they should have found the problem the first time.
I assume, You brought the car in for A/C NOT- working, The A/C technician I'm sure knew the problem was, low freon in the
system. Added more and, the A/C started working. (All IS WELL ?)
PROBLEM - where did the freon GO!!. What he should have done is check for the leak And, if he didn't find any, AND, That can happen.
That said, he should of put a can of leak detector in the system and, told you, he didn't find any leaks at the time.But, if the A/C stop's working again, Because of low freon the leak will be allot easier to find because, the leak detector would, show him where the leak was.
I have to assume the first time it was fixed he did not evacuate the system. What that is, you vacuum the system for 15 min to see if it holds the vacuum, if not you know there's a leak. Also, it takes any moisture out of the system.
PS. If the repair shop is up front they could help you some on the labor
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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