Q: Air Conditioner stopped working

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You have provided me with a quote for Replacing the Air Compressor,which includes the Receiver Drier, replacing the Condenser Fan Motor Assembly, flushing and recharging, It is well less than the quote I was given from Hendrick Honda, but they charged additional parts and labor for the Receiver Drier. Their parts quote is for new aftermarket parts, with the condenser fan motor assembly, compressor, and receiver drier being OE.

Do you think that your quote is accurate?

Thanks!

My car has 124000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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