Won't hold recharge, lasts about 2 weeks...can leaks be repaired or does major parts need replacing?
A/C leak on 2001 Pontiac Grand Am
ANSWER by rdude135 ,
March 08, 2009
Leaks can be repaired. It all depends upon what's leaking because major parts can and do leak. The best thing to do is have a qualified technician spend some time to find the leak and give you the facts so you know what the problem is and what the cost will be.
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