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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-16-2014 Thread Starter
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Just gets better

This fiasco just continues to get better! The local Ford dealer won't accept the diagnosis of the Ct Ford dealer. I have to spend another $100 for another diagnosis.
And, they can't get to it for a day or 2. Unbelievable
I think I am going to insist they keep the car until it is fixed. The temps down here are expected to be in the 100+ range with the heat index. The car is now totally useless for me so there is no reason to take up space in my driveway.

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post #17 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-18-2014 Thread Starter
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It is fixed

Turns out Williamsburg Ford found a pinhole leak in the high side pressure line.
Replaced the line and the ac is working again. Can't say how disappointed I am with the Connecticut dealer who mis-diagnosed the problem.

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Turns out Williamsburg Ford found a pinhole leak in the high side pressure line.
Replaced the line and the ac is working again. Can't say how disappointed I am with the Connecticut dealer who mis-diagnosed the problem.
This is good news, jaki30! Let me know if you’d like for me to document your experience at your previous dealer.

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