I probably know the answer, but I'll ask anyway....
2007 1.6hdi SX.
Topped up AC and it barely lasted a day. That was 3yrs ago.
Being a black car, it heats up something rotten in the Scottish summer...but that half day each July is a lesson in driving naked and trying to avoid wasps while windows are open
My question is, I didn't see any obvious signs of a leak either at the condenser nor anywhere else for that matter.
So is there a common point in these cars that a pipe rots or a union comes loose or could it simply be the compressor isn't happy (although there is no noises suggesting it's gubbed).
Changing the condenser is a piece of cake, but I don't want to do that to learn there is a hole in a pipe hidden under some bit of plastic at the business end of the engine
I just changed the condenser on the Range Rover and the whole job took 40 minutes. It took longer to re-gas it
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Leaks are notoriously hard to localise - even with a dye. It took 4 trips to my dealer before they found the leak (top of the condenser). But shortly after, it crapped out again and needed a new compressor - probably after all the filling and leaking / filling leaking - so probably was short on oil and damaged the compressor.