this does sound as if you may have a busted evaperator core
the onlt way to fix this ,is to replace it
do you need diections?these arent easy
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No. Will take it in for repair. Is this an expensive proceedure?
give me a second,and i will give you a time frame........it will depend on how much the repair shop will charge per hour
Would appreciate that
this will take about 9.8hrs
this does not include the chargeing the system
Thanks for your help. Didn't know if I was getting a "run around" from auto repair shop.
well.i would think they are right...sense the fog came out of the vents