Thank you for the nice review. If yu get a chance let me know how the tacoma is doing. I do have a couple of extra grey hairs because of that one. Also I found out there were only three year models with the extra filter on that vehicle and they are in my dont forget these file now. I hope everything is still plugging along and thank you for the extra shot at it.
Thank you for the kind review, always happy to help. if you need anything always feel free to call. Thank You again
Thomalita thank you for the kind review, we are always trying to make sure that we get our customers back to there busy lives. If you need us for anything we will be happy to help. Thank you again
I am sorry that you had the experience you had. I remember your vehicle well. You had if I remember corectly 250k miles. We did find small leaks at the compressor shaft seal and a hose. The leak was small enough that we believed it would last a while. you returned 2 days later and let us know that it started blowing hot late that day. We checked it and found that the compressor shaft seal leak had gotten bigger and would not hold refrigerant to even get it around the building. We also offered to credit the evac and charge that you had gotten and would need to get with a compressor replacement to installing the new compressor. Unfortunatly your compressor developed a large leak after the evac and charge and we are very good but things happen to cars that we can not predict. We are always willing to work with you to keep youu comfortable in the hot months. Thank You for your opinion
When we filled your car with refrigerant and leak tested, there were small leaks in the compressor and evaporator case area. Due to the cost of the repair, which would exceed the vehicle value we chose to try the recharge which lasted a couple of days. Upon your return, we found the compressor had blown up after 190k miles and 22 years later. We inform our customers when we recharge their cars that we do not know how long this might last. Unfortunately yours did not last, and we did not intentionally fill your car knowing it would not last. We also offered to credit back the evac and charge toward the repair cost.