2006 Honda Odyssey (EX)
You're right here. I forgot to mention that when the shop took a look at the old condenser, it appears to have been replaced before at some point, and whoever did it did not do a very good job. Ended up being that the condenser didn't endure any physical damage, but a cap in one of the corners of the condenser ended up blowing off, causing all the refrigerant to leak out. This makes a little more sense, as I had the condenser shield installed by Honda following the lawsuit that occurred.One thing I'll add here is that the leak at the bottom right corner of these condensers is not usually due to rocks, unless you see physical damage there. It's due to the bottom 4-5" of the condenser being what's called a subcooler and is the hottest portion of the condenser. That's why they commonly fail in that bottom right corner. Many were putting gutter guard in the bumper to stop the rocks but that is not the most common cause for that condition.