I took my truck in for an est. on fixing an a/c freon leak. the shop quoted it to be 535.42. parts were 282.28 and labor was 229.50. I didnt think it would take 3 hours to fix this problem. Need to replace discharge and suction hose. what do you think about this? should i get another opinion?
a/c hoses on 1997 Toyota Tacoma
by keithalan in Turlock, CA on February 08, 2011
ANSWER by mastertech6371 on February 08, 2011
parts are around 228. labor is 1.2 hours ac evac and charge is 1.5 hours estimate sounds about right. get a second opinion if you feel you can get it cheaper. Roy
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