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      06-04-2020, 06:09 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by sir harmony View Post
Absolutely not! What sense does it make to drain and refill refrigerant? It's not engine oil that gets dirty. If you have it drained but refilled with a 'sealing' agent, then that's a different story. I wouldn't advice anyone to refill with a sealing agent, but it makes sense and might work (drain and refill scenario).
Uh, did you read any of my post? Have you had A/C issues in your F06 M6? Are you a certified BMW mechanic?

If not, then beat it.


OP, I'd recommend taking it to a BMW dealer as you'll have better luck with BMW USA covering some of the repair if it turns out to be a bigger issue than a leak. I called independent shops when I was having an issue and that was their recommendation. And as stated in my original post, they ended up covering 80% of the total cost.
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