- Feb 8, 2021
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It sounding like the TSB didn't help that much?
Is that the new very flammable refrigerant? I’m guessing there’s no AC pro for this.
It's surprising that a TSB with a cut-and-dried was to bill Stellantis without any test failure or data requirement is so hard to get done.Basically all of them say the same thing. Has to be brought in and the vehicle exhibiting the problems. So basically you have to wait till there will be a high temp/humidity day and hope they have a tech at that exact moment to diagnose the issue.
I have been denied twice for the repair. Now that I'm into my ESP, paying my deductible every time I take it in has discouraged my tenacity since the TSB has come out.So I may just keep remote starting and allow the vehicle to cool down for 5-10 mins as usual and say screw it as we now have reports that it is not helping a lot of people and the chance the service makes things worse is a possibility as well.
BS. They just use a random answer generator from a pool of possibles.I complained about the A/C when I dropped it off for my back window replacement. They said “Freon was low” , we’ll see once the weather warms up
Instead of investing more time and money into this I'm thinking of looking into tinting my windows and living with where that gets me.
Agree completely. I tinted ceramic all around to include clear ceramic on the windshield, made some difference but still not “right”. My previous F150 was ice cold both sides.I tinted this thing ASAP so good luck with that. I also opted for the light interior due to our summer heat. I can say it is definitely livable especially with remote starting. However it is by far the worst AC I have ever owned in my 30+ years of driving. My 2014 Ram Sport was Antarctica compared to this one. My previous two cars were all Fords and ice cold also.