Trying to live for five years with no a/c

This one year, I was driving back from the southern tip of our state, and sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic on the Interstate, when I discovered that it seemed awfully hot out and someone’s car smelled like rubber burning… As I was looking around to make sure none of the cars were on fire, I discovered it was my car that smelled like it was burning, however it was my air conditioner unit! That’s right, as I sat Wesley outside the control component studying close to Triple digits, my AC decided to abandon me; getting home was genuinely angry without having the AC running and blasting on my face! This was not January, mind you, this was June.

Anyway, 1 of the first things I did when I got home was to take my Honda Element into the shop.

That is when I discovered that the compressor in my AC component needed to be replaced, as did several other components of the air conditioner. That is also when I l acquired it was going to cost over $1,500 to replace all those parts. Well, at that time, I was laboring at a church for only $10 a minute, and there was genuinely no way I could get my hands on $1,500. I was not able to repair the air conditioner at that time, and never did I get it done. I owned that car for more than four more years, and each 1 of those years I meant there was no AC for myself and others in the summer. When I would leave my career at 5 p.m. and drive home, I would suppose if I didn’t even get some cooling soon I was going to pass out. I suppose it is absolutely dangerous to have cars in my neck of the woods that do not have AC in them… Heating and cooling is required for buildings here, and I almost suppose it should be required for vehicles as well. Anyway eventually I sold that car and got another 1 with a frigid AC that totally blasts me. I also have a better job, and if the air conditioner goes out in this car, I will not ever hesitate to get it fixed. I am cheerful those years without adequate cooling are behind me.


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