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MoonDogg55

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    David Mooney
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    2016 Silverado LT True North 4 × 4 5.3L

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  1. Here's an example of one such thread. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.chevroletproblems.com/ac-condenser-leaks/&ved=2ahUKEwjDouTQpsLxAhULpp4KHTS0Aq8QFjASegQIEBAC&usg=AOvVaw1Zp2NPo3GbCE8MF2LzvRLW&cshid=1625157523790 MoonDogg55
  2. Imho you should take it into a trusted shop. I own a 2016 Chev Silverado 4 × 4 LT True North edition w/ the 5.3L. I have babied it since brand new. I just took it into my local GM dealer for servicing after noticing the A/C had stopped blowing cold...turns out the A/C condensor was leaking due to a 'bad' factory weld and has since leaked out all of the refrigerant completely, leaving the system totally 'dry'. It took almost 5 years for the weld to give out lol. That being said, I still have 2.5 years on the extended GM B to B factory warranty, so 100% of the parts and labour are covered on the installation, fill, and test of the new A/C condensor & system. I've read numerous threads online stating that GM have had issues with the 2014 - 2018 model years of A/C condensors leaking, due to said 'bad' factory welds. Hopefully this helps, and with any luck (if you have the +2 year extended warranty) you'll be able to 'gitter done for next to nothing at your local GM dealership. Happy trails & good luck MoonDogg
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