Anyone Know a Great Dash AC Shop?
I have had a problem with my dash AC for over a year. I first took it to a local RV shop I trust and was told that the problem was a bad compressor, but that their shop couldn't raise the coach enough to change it. Next I took it to my local Cat shop. They found a bad relay, but after replacing that they couldn't make it work again (after 12 hours labor). I then took it to a shop with a good reputation in Richmond, VA. They sat on it a few weeks, then found a bad Schrader valve and a shorted wire after 8 hours of labor. It worked great for a couple of weeks, then started blowing hot air again. Took it to the Freightliner service center in Gaffney. They told me that it was actually working briefly, but it was cutting off due to a faulty temperature sensor on the evaporator. He also opined that the evaporator is likely to be leaking Freon. However, he added, Freightliner doesn't do that kind of work. Most recently I took it to Lazy Days in Tampa and they replaced the evaporator, temperature sensor, expansion valve and drier. It worked great until about a month ago, and now it's blowing hot air again.
I'm out thousands of dollars on this problem. All I really want now is to find a really expert shop that will fix this thing once and for all. Anyone have a recommendation, preferably east of the Mississippi River?
2005 Phaeton 40 QDH
2013 Honda CR-V