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|05-26-2019 10:57 AM|
|Jasonburrwc84||I just had to replace my evaporator coil on my 2012 with 170,000. It was a beast of a job. Whole front inside of cab had to come out. $1000 labor. We replaced all the blower motors, heater core, etc to hopefully avoid having to go back inside of the dash. $2000 total job. Ugh. This new trucks are too complicated.|
|03-12-2019 04:17 PM|
Check the condenser, might need a good combing.
|03-12-2019 01:48 PM|
|cmunsell||sorry for the double post. I found another shop that is much more reasonable - any other parts i need to replace while i am in there doing the evap?|
|03-12-2019 11:23 AM|
|cmunsell||confirmed with the shop, evaporator is the culprit. Now to find a shop that wont try to charge me 1600 just for the labor.|
|03-11-2019 05:30 PM|
The green tinge is from the dye in the stop leak.
I'd think if it was leaking bad enough for the PAG oil to be dripping, a top off can wouldn't last very long. If it is oil, stop using the A/C until you get the leak fixed, because you are low on oil and will probably seize the compressor. It doesn't take long for the condensation to start running off of the evaporator, especially in humid conditions. Houston is often pretty humid.
In any case, if you're getting the greenish liquid in the area where the evaporator would normally drain, it may very well be the evaporator.
|03-11-2019 04:59 PM|
|powerstrokeshellback||He means the oil in the system.|
|03-11-2019 04:57 PM|
Originally Posted by G8orFord View Post
|03-11-2019 04:48 PM|
|G8orFord||Freon don't drip. Unless it's under pressure, it's a gas.|
|03-11-2019 04:41 PM|
Originally Posted by powerstrokeshellback View Post
No apparent leaks on the top side/low port or up front at the compressor. Really showing under the passenger side door frame rail.
|03-11-2019 04:36 PM|
Find the origin of the leak.
Are you checking your pressures or just dumping cans in?
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