Any leads for a good Auto AC mechanic in GTA?
Also, I checked with iGarage and they don't work on ACs.
Please suggest leads if you know any. Thanks
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Has anybody used them for parts? I'm thinking of replacing a rad myself.phantom_911 wrote: ↑May 21st, 2019 11:15 amYou can try this place. They do all types of repairs but specialize in AC repair. They're not cheap but they will do a proper job.
Radman-Radtech Auto Repairs
Address: 321 Rexdale Blvd #4, Etobicoke, ON M9W 1R6
Phone: (416) 742-4521
Hoping to find a place where you don't have to consider potential shipping damage and that the rad can be pressure tested before install.At The Radman, we sell wholesale parts to other garages, but we also carry a wide variety of radiators and air conditioning parts as well as new tires.
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No idea. It wasn't blowing cold so I figured for $25 it was worth a shot. Your model is quite new so maybe there is a leak. If it's a small leak, you can just fill it up and use it. Maybe it will last you a year before you need to fill it again. R143A is not an ozone depleting chemical so I wouldn't worry about it leaking into the air.
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