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Chuckles0227

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About Chuckles0227

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  • Location
    N. IL
  • Drives
    2014 GMC Sierra SLT
  1. A/C Condenser

    Here is what was put in mine. It’s a Napa aftermarket, it looks a lot beefier in the problem area
  2. A/C Condenser

    I was just at a local Chevy dealer for work shadowing the techs. Looks like the 2018's with the newest condenser (foil tape and reinforcement) still have the same issue.
  3. A/C Condenser

    Go to an independent shop. the condenser is roughly $160 and should take 4-5 hours to install, at $100/shop hour you're looking at $700 on the high side. I would expect closer to $500-600.
  4. A/C Condenser

    My dealer replaced mine with the NAPA unit. Lifetime warranty and it looks a lot beefier than the old OEM one.
  5. A/C Condenser

    I probably should have mentioned that mines already cracked. AC stopped blowing cold so I busted out the gauges/leak detection kit and sure enough, the condenser has a crack and is slowly leaking. I put a can in and so far it’s working but everyday it gets less and less cold.
  6. A/C Condenser

    I'm curious as well, I don't want the dealer to put one in and then have it go out in 6 months again
  7. A/C Condenser

    I just picked up a 2014 GMC Sierra with 60k. I did my research before hand so I figured this would be an issue and got the extended warranty. Did GM ever redesign the condensor and are the aftermarket ones any better? If so, what's the partnumber of the one I should have the dealer replace it with?
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