Morning Everyone. Iíve searched the forums and Google and couldnít seem to find my answer, it if I missed it my apologies in advance!
My 2015 Vista has a slow leak with the Dash A/C system. Went to use last spring and dead, compressor would not engage and blowing warm air. Had serviced and at time it was completely empty of coolant. Tech vacuumed and recharged and it held pressure. He added dye to the system as well.
Fast forward a year and now that warmer temps are here Iím getting the RV out of its winter hibernation and again, no A/C. Iíve got a message into the shop but as I review the invoice from last year, Iím see that the tech was unsure of the amount of coolant needed and charged based on a Ford Commercial Truck they had on the lot at the time. Iíve opened the hood and sure enough, the label is there but the actual amount has worn off over time. Before we fault the tech, this is a large truck center here that took me in as a favor right before we were trying to get on the road last year, we got on the road 15 min after they got me on my way and the AC worked all summer.
I hopped online and according to Evans Tempcon, it looks like my unit needs 2.13lbs of coolant. https://www.proairllc.com/pub/media/...%20Systems.pdf
(I have a 2015 Vista 35B on a 2014 22k Ford F53 chassis)
My question for any 2015 35B\35F units out there, any chance you can check the label on your units and see if that amount lines up with the label on your coach? This seems right but Iíd appreciate a comparison.