I posted a thread a few days ago about a brand new(1 day old) Tacoma w/ a leak in the a/c. I took it in to the dealer on Saturday and they fixed it--claimed the o-ring was bad. I was out this evening with my son searching around for scorpions with our black lights, when I decided to check on the connection by shining the uv light through the grille. To my surprise, there is still a leak(bright green oil around the connection). This is not residual from the first leak because I checked it when I picked it up from service and it was clean. I have to say that i'm beginning to get a little upset at this point especially because the service manager told me last time that his tech implied to him that I might of added dye to the system in an attempt to repair it myself. I told them that that was absolutely absurd. They informed me that the factory does not add dye to the a/c systems and that they were just baffled on how it got there. This is the kind of stuff that you do not want to hear just two days after you drop $30K on a new vehicle.
I was feeling a little uneasy when I noticed the leak the first time around but now this is beginning to get ridiculous. Not only do I feel uneasy about the leak but I do not have the time to keep taking the vehicle in for service. The truck now has 150 miles on it(more than half is from going back and forth to the dealership). Any advice on what I should do?