Try calling your local junk yard and locate a good used control unit.
You can find a Freon leak in a home Ac unit by using a leak detector. These instruments are capable of detecting trace amounts of Freon and pinpoint leaks.
Only if it has a leak - in which case you have to get the leak repaired first.
It a word, no. Without a leak, the freon level in your unit should stay the same for years and years.
your drain line for your ac evaporator core is plugged up. A service station can blow this out for you.
Freon can leak. Since it will do so in the form of an invisible, odorless gas, it is very difficult to observe such a leak.
Un plug the drain which is on the firewall behind the right front tire.
Really depends on the severity of the leak, where it's located, and whether or not you have the good sense not to run your AC system under these conditions. Of course, you could simply have it repaired and ensure a longer service life of your AC system.
It does if it is in just one year.
Are you sure you have a leak? Most of the time when using the air conditioner, your car will appear to be leaking water or dripping underneath the vehicle, towards the front.
Check to see if the ac unit is spinning while the car is on and the ac is turned on. If it is not, you may have to replace your computer under the fan fliter. If it is, go out and get some ac dye to see if there is a leak in your ac hose