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Old 07-11-2004, 03:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i bought my car without a/c, as it went out or whatever when the previous owner had it. it only blows out hot air, which is a huge pain during the hot hot summers. when i took it to be evaluated, the man said it would be $150 just to look at it. any idea how much it might cost to get the a/c fixed? sorry for being not very informed about all these things, ive only owned the car for two days
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Old 07-11-2004, 04:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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First of all, what year is your car? and second, where are you from? when you press the a/c button, do you hear anything?
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like to answer your question, but my a/c no heat/ no a/c....we tried almost everything.....freon/filter..just some noice at first and then silence....
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all e36 are r134a right? not r12
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its a 92' 318is, and im from alabama. when i turn on the a/c, all that blows out is hot air from the engine or whatever.
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My AC's been going out about 2-3 weeks after I get it repaired, it's been repaired twice before, it's in the shop AGAIN for the 3rd time, trying to fix it.
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