Date registered: Jun 2007
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Okay, that sounds resonable. She was in an accident that damaged the condensor. The repair shop did a bad job replacing the condensor; and apparently, it leaks. The MB dealership said that the parts were not OE and therefore, don't seal?? I don't see why that would be. They say the "Compressor seals" must be replaced (quite expensive). Well, we'll let the insurance take care of it as they should have in the first place. In the meantime, I'll add some regfrigerant.
What about the drier? Can anyone think of ANY reason why the drier would be bad?? I have to suspect they just want to add something else to the bill. Sort of like when you bring your car in because it's running rough (old days). It turns out to be the timing; but, the mechanic tells you it's the timing, the plugs, the wires and also the distributor. They are a business. There are bonuses for bringing in a big month. If you add one b.s. item to each repair, that adds up big time.