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I have a 2005 Ford Expedition with A/C problems. I changed the accumulator/dryer with new hose, had a shop do a evaporator and install new freon. After 1 month its all gone hot...

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Obviously, they failed to diagnose, what was leaking first,before recovering the refrigerant
Then failed to wait,after pulling a vacuum,to see if the system held
Sloppy work,period. Never had that happen to me, in 47 years.
Now you got to spend, about as much, to start over

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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