Following up on Toyota Highlander A/C Issue

Asked by Jul 18, 2017 at 04:10 PM about the 2012 Toyota Highlander Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I put a thermometer in the car, as suggested by the guy who answered my original question , left it for 30 minutes, it didn't go below 57*. The dealership said they already did the dye test and no leaks. Could there be one that they missed. This was done on June 8th and this is just 10 days later. It doesn't get driven every day, not sure if leaks happen only when A/C is in use or when it's parked also.  I was trying to connect this question with the 1st one so that all the information would be together. Taking it in again tomorrow and want to sound like I know what I"m talking about instead of them treating me like a dumb female. I research things when I'm having issues so I can be educated on the issue.

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Yes, I'm that guy, best to answer to the post instead of starting a new one like you said. But the dealer probably missed a leak, have them retest the system, you did the temperature test and got all the info. Good Luck!

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