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I am looking at a bid (attached) for replacing the A/C on my daughter's car.
I think it's a bit high personally....found an A/C kit online http://www.discountacparts.com/Pontiac-Sunfire-AC_Kit-60~80193_RK.html
Thinking that if this kit will do what the bid calls for then I can save myself $300 in parts alone.
I just donlt know enough about A/C units to verify that this would be a good course of action for me to take.
Thus, I am here asking for help.
Anyone have an opinion, thoughts, advice????
All is welcome.
Ackits.com can beat those prices.
If the shop is not flushing the evaporator or replacing the condenser, it does seem a bit high for just parts swapping. I would verify what happened to the system to better determine if flushing is a necessity. Still, bit high for replacing those minimal parts.
I've bought compressors and repair parts at AMA, and would go with their parts, and let a local AC shop do the evacuation and re-charge. Or better yet: buy a vacuum pump, gauge set, and can tap from AMA and do it yourself (or rent such) you'd still be way ahead.
And what's with an O-ring kit? The compressor and accumulator should come with their own gaskets and O-rings, and replacing the orifice tube should be at most one O-ring.
And if they didn't write down flushing condenser, etc., I doubt they will do that !!!
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