2000 A4 1.8T / 77,500 miles /
Manual / Quattro /
Laser Red / Black interior.
In Eastern Mass (if that helps with the valuation at all).
*Guys I'm stuck here*
I've got a car that had some things wrong with it at the last minute, I've
fixed them all except that the A/C is resisting a lot of attempts. It's
likely the evaporator core at this point which is ~$1400 to replace.
Otherwise this is a beautiful car---clean. The original asking price
without a/c trouble was $11,399, which ironically landed right on the
AutoTrader.com's average private selling price for the thing.
I've replaced the radiator
Put in new floor mats
Tried a million things to get the a/c working both at dealership and
Fixed radio (another @#$%ing last minute thing)
Total $$ put in so far ~$1200
I've got two choices that I see here:
1. Put the car at a $1000 to $2000 discount and just sit using autotrader's
list-until-sold package until September when I'm told by a car salesman that
people stop worrying about A/C.
2. Dump $1400 in, just to sell the thing mid summer.
Do you have any suggestions for me?????