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Rob T WI

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  1. Do you happen to have the GM document that describes the extension to the 2019 models for those with the 'Sticker'? Like yours and mine. Special Coverage Adjustment 17336 Air Conditioning Condenser (Combi-Cooler) Refrigerant Leak is only specific to 2015 - 2017 GM models and not to specific time builds which is why my Tahoe is not covered under that Special Adjustment.
  2. Here goes...There may be more to the condenser problems than we know... I also have a 2017 Tahoe (61,007 miles), in Wisconsin, where the AC condenser has just been diagnosed, at my local dealer, to have a leak...so, it needs to be replaced. I informed the local dealer of a Special Coverage Adjustment I found online covering defective AC condenser for 2015-2017 Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon/ etc up to 60,000 miles. However, this Special Coverage Adjustment does not cover my 2017 Tahoe as it was built in July 2017. The defective AC condensers, I have been told, were discontinued in the Tahoe build in October of 2016. So, mine has the "new and improved" condenser. I am the only owner of the car and have not needed to use the AC for months...so, there is no telling when it went out. My dealer advised me that the cost to replace this condenser - because mine has the "new and improved" AC condenser and that I am out of warranty which expired at 36,000 miles - is going to be $450 plus the $85 for the diagnosis. Now, this is not outrageous. But, there has got to be a major design flaw and a potential for an additional class action.  Kind regards, Rob
  3. Here goes...There may be more to the condenser problems than we know... I have a 2017 Tahoe (61,007 miles), in Wisconsin, where the AC condenser has just been diagnosed, at my local dealer, to have a leak...so, it needs to be replaced. I informed the local dealer of a Special Coverage Adjustment I found online covering defective AC condenser for 2015-2017 Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon/ etc up to 60,000 miles. However, this Special Coverage Adjustment does not cover my 2017 Tahoe as it was built in July 2017. The defective AC condensers, I have been told, were discontinued in the Tahoe build in October of 2016. So, mine has the "new and improved" condenser. I am the only owner of the car and have not needed to use the AC for months...so, there is no telling when it went out. My dealer advised me that the cost to replace this condenser - because mine has the "new and improved" AC condenser and that I am out of warranty which expired at 36,000 miles - is going to be $450 plus the $85 for the diagnosis. Now, this is not outrageous. But, there has got to be a major design flaw and a potential for an additional class action. Is anyone out there having this same issue?? Kind regards, Rob
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