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Aircon regas in Manchester?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by [Dave B], Feb 16, 2007.

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    [Feb 16, 2007]
    Does anyone know an aircon regas company they could recommend in or around Manchester? Ideally they'd be mobile.

    Opinions anyone?
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    Hi Mate
    We aint mobile , but we do air con regass
    Sarah
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    How much to do a 2003 S3?
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    Hi Mate
    £75.00 + VAT and that would check for leaks etc too
    Sarah
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    Cheers John, that's very tempting. As my car's 4 years old, do you think its worth doing this or having a full aircon service job? My 40k service is due in 2-3 months so I was considering having it all done then.
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    Don't know to be honest mate, I suppose it depends on how much you use it. I have used this and also a Comma Air conditioning cleaner and both worked a treat. Obviously a speciailist can do a leak test etc but this product I used has Lubricant and leak sealer built in. I can't see your car having any leaks with it being only 4 years old. Best thing about this is you can carry on topping up your system for free after the initial purchase.
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    You can buy the lubricant seperately but i'm just wondering, does that go in the same hose as the recharge gas?
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    Not too sure mate, the lubricant is in the coolant so using the same valve would make sense. But don't quote me on that!!
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    Hi,

    I might order this from the states, im guessing it will come by land due to planes having gas on baoard / new restrictions?
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    GET OVER TO DONCASTER I PAIDED £65 FOR THE SYSTEM TO BE TOTALLY FILLED FROM EMPTY JUST RING ROUND MOST GARAGES DO IT
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