Excuse my language, but Im a bit upset at the moment. Oh dont worry, I will get over it, but I needed to vent. I go into the dealership because my AC isnt working well. Its been over 100 the past few days, in New York no less, and in the 80's-90's alot. They tell me that its probably cuz its so hot but that they would check it out anyway. Then they come back and tell me I have no coolant in the AC lines so they needed to be refilled and that they would put some tracing dye in the lines so find a leak. I go back a week later, they tell me it will take just an hour to check, and it ends up taking 6 hours for them to tell me my compressor has leak. Well they mis-spoke, the condensor coil has a leak, which is in the dash apparently, and I have to remove all my car stereo stuff before they can work on it. So anyway, its gonna take 8 hours to put in the new coil, and will be covered by the extended warranty. I just got done removing all the stereo equipment from the front of the car. For those of you not familiar with my car, look at my site and you will see why it was such a pain. I have 3 pairs of rca lines running into the dash, extra power wires galore, 6 runs of speaker wire, the two pods, etc etc. It took me a while to get it all apart. I have decided to make lemonade out of my lemons and use this time to fix up the wireing and replace some of it. I have a few lines of wire in the car that are not being used because they are from past installs and too much of a pain to remove in the past. Add some more deadening material to the car. Make new brackets for the kick pods. Run better RCA cords and speaker wires for the system. So two good things have come out of this headache, I can improve my system while its apart, and my AC will work better than new, yay! Ok Im done, and no I havent been letting this problem rule my life. What a life when my biggest problem is that I have to remove 5000 dollars worth of equipment from my Volvo because the AC isnt working, I mean there are starving kids in the world right. Hehe! Thanks for listening.