This time of year we get many calls asking how to handle sealant that has been installed in vehicle AC systems. While there is no “One Size Fits All” solution, there are some basic steps that should be taken to minimize the risk and maximize any rewards. To better...read more
Just the other day, I looked at the back of a power supply we use and found no less than eleven, yes, eleven certification marks printed in tiny little letters on the back. Confused, I looked up a few of them only to find out they were certifying the same thing, just...read more
Daimler (Mercedes Benz) says to expect CO2 Air Conditioning Systems to begin arriving in their vehicles by January 2017, if that’s going to happen; they have a long way to go.
The story has been told many times. A 2006 Law in Europe banning future cars from using R134a leads to the selection of R-1234yf by all car makers. A lack of supply of the chosen refrigerant gives the car makers a one year reprieve during 2012 and then the shocking Daimler announcement in late September of 2012 that they would not use R-1234yf for
The story has been told many times. A 2006 Law in Europe…