I hope not too. If it is the "dreaded evaporator problem" thats leaking freon, I will just keep topping it off as needed.
With R134a, its cheap enough to do that compared to R12 at $90.00/lb or so.
I hope the AC works after I charge it this week. I will keep my fingers crossed. If I it doesnt work, I will have to take it to the dealer to get it fixed. The AC system on my car from what I understand (and experiencing), is complicated. It could be compressor, AC clutch, low freon pressure, faulty pressure switch, fuses, relays, bad auxillary fan, and other parts, erratic idling can also cause this problem (which I also have, grr)
It could be a whole lot of different reasons, without a fault code reader, all I can do is replace part by part until it works, which I dont plan on doing, lol. Thanks for your help.