- Jan 25, 2012
Last summer the AC was warm. Checking the refrigerent high side pressure and finding it low, I added a can of leak stop & a can of the R-134, and all was cool for the rest of the season. Unfortunately when down in Florida this Christmas we found the AC was not working again. A friend who also owns an extended TB mentioned that he had his AC serviced recently. Apparently they had to replace a refrig. line that ran to the rear of the vehicle due to damage caused by grit/dirt flug from one of the tires, and had to pull the fuel tank to get to it. Does anyone know if this problem? My buddy mentioned he was told by the service tech this was a fairly common problem. I peaked under today while I was changing the DIF fluid (and cover as that was quite corroded) and did not see anything obvious.