Let us know what happens. Because yeah, at that mileage, you should not be having this problem.It does have the extended warranty and i am scheduled for a visit on Thursday for the AC issue.
Update: Dealer stated that the condenser had to be changed, part had to be ordered. Went back last Thursday and part was not delivered, rescheduled for today, After waiting 3 hours I was told the condenser was changed and they needed a new return line because the threads were damaged on the old one. Rescheduled to return tomorrow morning. When I got home and looked under the hood the condenser was not changed or any lines removed. So tomorrow I will have them explain what was really done.It does have the extended warranty and i am scheduled for a visit on Thursday for the AC issue.
Yea I don’t go to stealership unless it’s a free repair lolSo I was told to get there today for 9:00am and my vehicle will be expedited however nothing was done for 2 hours and after another 3 hours I drove away with my AC working and didn’t have to pay anything. The condenser was replaced as far as I can see today and not yesterday.
I overheard a service rep telling a customer over the phone that he needs his condenser replaced and it will cost him $2,200.00. Those dealerships really rip off the customers, I sat there and listened to customers being raped financially by telling customers they need their differentials flushed and brake fluids changed because the copper contaminated the fluids. The low battery warning for the remote is resolved by changing the battery for $10.00.
Did you read that thread? It has ALL the info you need to do exactly what I'm talking about. No tools are required. You are not removing ANY hoses from the compressor.
All you are doing is taking the front clutch plate off, removing a shim, and putting it back on. No need to torque to spec, or anything. I just used a 12v impact to take it off, and then put it back on with the impact which does a max torque of 20 ft/lbs. Its as easy as can be!
I suggest you read the ENTIRE thread I sent you. It will answer every question you have, and then some.
Also, I wouldn't even bother paying someone to do it. its so simple. If you do pay someone, it should take 2 hours MAX. Not even. The hardest part is jacking the car up and pulling the plastic shields off. Once you get the plastic off the bottom of the car, it will take 5 minutes. Simple as can be!
Nope.. no easy way. Come on.. this is the easy part!! LOL. If you cant jack the vehicle up and put it on stands, you may not be cut out for this. Just kidding.. but really though. You will at least need to jack it up so you can see what you are doing. No way around it. You could drive up on ramps, but there is no way you are going to fit under there properly. You need to pull the wheel to make this easy.So it's not possible to get to the clutch and remove the shim without jacking up the car? Can I use drive up ramps instead? Any instructions on the shield removal?