My fiancée was in a minor front end collision recently with enough damage to the vehicle that many pieces of the vehicle's front needed to be fixed or replaced.
The weather has been heating up since the repair and we've noticed the A/C in her vehicle (2011 Toyota Venza) is not working consistently. She has taken the vehicle back to the auto body shop to have them review and they told her that the A/C condenser is bad.
I pulled the repair bill (covered by insurance) and see a couple line items regarding work to the A/C unit, including one for a removed/replaced after market A/C condenser assembly.
If the body shop purchased a new after market A/C condenser assembly to replace the one damaged in the accident how likely is it to not function correctly?