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 .:EPA: Recharging Your Car's Air Conditioner with Refrigerant
 .:Posted by acauth1 on Wednesday, August 21 @ 17:27:25 CDT (17798 reads)
News from A/C Authority When servicing automotive air-conditioning systems, vehicle owners generally have several options to recharge a/c systems with refrigerant. One option is to top-off your car's system with refrigerant, and another is to evacuate and recharge the system. Both of these options will provide cool air in the passenger compartment for some period of time. Neither service, however, involves permanently fixing the a/c system leaks that allowed refrigerant to escape resulting in a lack of cool air. You might therefore also choose to have any leaking components in your a/c system repaired or replaced.
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 .:EPA: What's the difference between a "top-off" and an "evacuation and recharge"? Why
 .:Posted by acauth1 on Wednesday, August 21 @ 17:25:02 CDT (13287 reads)
News from A/C Authority A top-off involves simply charging refrigerant into your vehicle. An evacuation and recharge service includes removing whatever remaining refrigerant is in your vehicle, removing impurities from that refrigerant using recycling equipment, recharging it into the vehicle, and adding new refrigerant to replace whatever has leaked out. The cost of both the top-off and the evacuation and recharge will usually include a performance check, and may include a test to discover the source of your leak.
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 .:EPA: I came into the shop with some refrigerant in my car
 .:Posted by acauth1 on Wednesday, August 21 @ 17:20:55 CDT (11413 reads)
News from A/C Authority so why is my technician charging me for the full amount of refrigerant charge -- shouldn't I get credit for the amount I came in with?
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 .:EPA: My technician told me that EPA regulations prohibit topping-off
 .:Posted by acauth1 on Wednesday, August 21 @ 17:19:29 CDT (11174 reads)
News from A/C Authority My technician told me that EPA regulations prohibit topping-off the refrigerant in my car without getting the leak fixed first. Is this true? Answer: No!
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 .:EPA: My technician told me he could not locate the leak in my system
 .:Posted by acauth1 on Wednesday, August 21 @ 17:16:04 CDT (11147 reads)
News from A/C Authority Question: My technician told me he could not locate the leak in my system, so he topped-off the refrigerant in my car, but did not perform any leak repair. Now it seems to be low on refrigerant again -- I know the leak is still there. What can I do?
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