Broken air conditioner how expensive to fix

Asked by Jun 28, 2008 at 10:28 AM about the 1993 Mazda MPV 3 Dr STD 4WD Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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mazdas can get expensive to fix it all depends on whats wrong, does it act like it wants to put out cold air, can you hear the a/c compressor clutch trying to kick on, try to turn it and see if the compressor bearring is frozen, most of the time you just have a leak in the system and you can just go get it recharged and it will work, if its just a leak and you need it recharged you can go to wal mart and get a kit to recharge it, for $20, or you can take it to a mechanic and it should be a little less than 100, but it all depends if its been changed over from R-12 those years still used R-12, if it has been changed to R-134A ya can get the kit from wal mart, but if its more than a leak, your probably looking at 300-800 to fix,best bet take it to a mechanic, and get it checked out most are still offering a a/c checkup special.

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