Originally Posted by sanderss
Just bought a 2014 Stealth Toy Hauler - used, everything worked until I got it home. Now the AC doesn't blow cold air. Tried shoreline power and generator, neither power source works. Talked to a service center and it takes 2 weeks for them to look at it. They said it sounded like the compressor's start module? $100 part and an hours labor, just have to leave it there for 2 weeks. Any suggestions?
Steve & Kristine
2014 Stealth Toy Hauler
2009 Silverado 2500HD
Sounds like they have no idea what is wrong with it.
A start capacitor does not cost anywhere near that much and there are just a couple of screws and 3 or 4 spade connectors involved.
The big silver can with all the wires coming out the top is what they are talking about. A shop hour is anywhere from 100 to 250 dollars.
What model AC do you have?
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Caps run from 11 bucks to about 40 bucks depending on the model needed.
Heck, while you are in there put a hard start capacitor and a fan delay relay in so you can run your AC on a Honda 2000.
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