A4 Air Conditioning
avim at pacbell.net
Sun Sep 17 11:28:27 EDT 2000
First and foremost, take it to another dealer!
It is possible that their refrigerant charging machine (ACR 4) is not
calibrated correctly and they consistently overcharge the system. The
overcharge causes the high pressure switch to turn off the compressor.
From: quattro-admin at audifans.com [mailto:quattro-admin at audifans.com]On
Behalf Of Joel Osserman
Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2000 8:28 AM
To: Ryan Gemmill
Subject: Re: A4 Air Conditioning
We have replaced an evaporator on one '96 A4 and after much inquiry have
told that it is common on these vehicles!
Ryan Gemmill wrote:
> The car in question isn't mine, but belongs to a friend. Not sure of the
> year, but cerca 97. A4 2.8 non-q.
> All I know is that the air conditioning is always failing. She returns to
> the dealer time after time, they repair it but by the time she makes it
> from the dealer (an hour or so drive) the air has stopped working once
> Now, it's possible that this dealership (Greenville, SC) is just stupid.
> However, I'm wondering if there's another problem that plagued the air
> conditioning of this model A4's....
> I realise it's vauge. If anyone has any ideas please contact me. I'd be
> than happy to get a little more information than I have now.
> Ryan Gemmill
> 91 200
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