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Car Air Conditioner Repair

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by schwaiguy, Mar 31, 2015.

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  1. schwaiguy

    schwaiguy Low-Roller

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    Anyone know the name of a good auto air conditioner repair shop, preferably near the Hard Rock?

    I remember a radio commercial, but not the name.

    Thanks,

    schwaiguy
     
  2. dmr

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    I know one NOT to use, who messed up an AC unit on a vehicle this couple I knew took to them.

    I do not know the name, but it's just north of DI at Valley View, just west of the Strip/expressway.
     
  3. Sam D

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    I had my A/C break down last year when I barely started my drive to Vegas from L,A. I had to shut the A/C off and drive 4.5 hours in temperatures as high as 108. The next day I took it to Moore's Superior Automotive which is near the Rio and Gold Coast Hotels. They had previously done some minor auto work for me and I had a high regard for them. It wasn't cheap but the price was fair and the work was completed the same day. The A/C now works better than ever.

    Here is a link to their info and my Yelp review:
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/moores-superior-automotive-las-vegas-2
     
  4. hammie

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    Did you try to check your refrigerant? There is a product called Ez Chill or AC Pro sold at Walmart and auto parts stores, for about $25 you get a can of refrigerant and a hose with a gauge to see if you are low. I had a slow leak in an old Volvo and it was a couple of cans of this or a 8 hour job to replace a $150 evaporator unit.
     
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    They have that stuff with a leak stopper "IF" it's a slow leak, it might work.

    Most times a unit just needs to be charged and it's a no brainier for the DIY gal or guy.........it either works or not.......but worth the $25 gamble before pay someone in the high hundreds or low thousands....especially if your jalopy is worth less then the repair cost.
     
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