Originally Posted by Drifter420
Now I just have to find a shop thats trust worthy to take care of my A/C vacuum and such..
I know what you mean. I had a local Goodyear place recharge mine last year, after I went in there and explained exactly what I'd done (replaced the classic Bonneville leaky evaporator) and exactly what I needed them to do: verify that there were no further leaks, then recharge with R12 if everything looked hunky-dory. So they did that and everything went fine.
But later on when I mentioned this place to other people here in town, they told me that those guys have a reputation for ripoffs or finding more things to fix than whatever the original complaint was. I'm not sure that'* true; it might be due to their just being thorough when checking out problems on a car: it'* not hard to find eight other things wrong on a typical older car besides whatever it got towed in for.
But I'd say that if you keep the shop on a tight leash, tell them exactly what you need to have done, and basically make it obvious that you understand what servicing needs be done, you should be okay.