Ac repair costs

Asked by Jul 19, 2015 at 10:45 PM about the 2011 Chevrolet Malibu LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My ac isn't blowing very cold. Put the car in
park and noticed a hissing sound under the
hood with minor leaking of coolant. I'm not
a car guru but my father said it looked like a
hose leak or crack. Can anyone give me
insight into the repairs or cost?

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360

Costly. Several hundreds . Unless u do it yourself and unless u know what your doing and u have the equipment I don't suggest it

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360

You'll need a new receiver dryer and the broken line... You'll have to reclaim the system. Please don't ruin my atmosphere and yours. Then replace the line install a new receiver dryer . Put the system under vacuum for a few hours half a day to get all the moisture out. Then u can charge the system.

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You have a hole in the pressure line of your A/C unit coming from the compressor. Take it to a garage that specializes in fixing A/C units. Make them show you what is broken and get an estimate for repairs. Two or three estimates would not be a bad idea.

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