I can't imagine a leaking evaporator causing the system to immediately stop cooling. A leak typically cools less and less over a period of time. There are about fifty different things that it could be besides a leaking evaporator.
Start by seeing if the clutch is kicked in. If it is, you need to connect gauges and check the pressures and look at the sight glass. If not, you need to check fuses, and trace the clutch circuit.
Last edited by LarryBible; 06-11-2003 at 08:02 AM.