quote:I found three. They all have their theory on why it's happening. Good site btw if you have A/C problems. http://www.aircondition.com/wwwboard/2004Q1/16200.html http://www.aircondition.com/wwwboard/2004Q1/15922.html http://www.aircondition.com/wwwboard/2004Q1/15844.html
Originally posted by Gary Allan: I went to the ac site ...I saw only one mention of R134a ..but there was some mention of some Montreal accord that limited the production of some refridgerants in 2004.
quote:So rare in fact that it hasn't happened. There are no documented cases of terrible fires from HC refrigerants. Should enough HC refrigerant escape and accumulate in the passenger cabin, I expect the smell would provide ample warning for people to open their windows before it accumulates to dangerous levels.
Originally posted by Fuelrod: ... I got scared about the fire in the passenger compartment problem should the evaporator fail, which is pretty rare but it does happen...