could be as simple as a vacuum hose disconnected. contact the trans place and ask if it could be as a result of the trans replacement. be nice
Have not checked to see if compressor was running, but the lines were hot enough to burn, I think thats a bit more than "ambient heat" no?Was the compressor running?
If not, there is not enough refrigerant in the system and the aluminum AC lines picked up ambient heat
YES!Do these systems just stop outright when they get a little low?
Did you get this resolved?Compressor is NOT kicking on.
As I said, the AC company was working when I pulled it into the shop. I have had many a vehicle go low on freon, and the compressor always would cycle on and off. Do these systems just stop outright when they get a little low?
I called the tranny shop, asked if they could take a look-see, and they piped right in with "we dont do AC and nothing we did would have anything to do with it" I pressed them to at least look at it, and they finally agreed to, for whatever thats worth.