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AND REPLY TO @GTPprix on his post in that thread. I will paste his post in the next entry, can’t seem to do it on this thread starting post. His post to reply to is the 3rd post on page 8. Thank you
Hello all. I’ve searched with no good results for a 2018 Silverado with dual climate control and factory remote start.
No no matter what setting I have my climate control on when I shut my truck off, it ALWAYS turns the A/C when I use remote start. Other morning it was 69 degrees and still dark out, add that to full blast A/C and it is COLD when I get in!
As soon as I put the key in, it goes back to whatever setting I had last, which is usually with A/C off.
I only drive a few miles miles to work and back so I usually don’t even bother with A/C, I like the windows down. But since my windshield has had full A/C blowing on it for 3-4 minutes or remote start time, it now fogs up really bad when I roll the windows down, forcing me to use the defroster.
Is there a way to have my A/C not operate differently with remote start? I’ve read on the ‘14’s the dealer could flash it to keep same settings as last used, but dealer is telling me there are no options available on my ‘18.
Ive got an appt tomorrow for my free oil change and would love to have something to give them showing it can be changed before I wire in a switch to my compressor relay.
By Ed S
2014 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT. When air conditioner is on, I am getting warm air out the drivers side vents. Passenger side vents blowing cold air just fine. Have the problem in both manual a/c mode and in auto mode. Just started yesterday. Any suggestions? Tried a search on here but only found this issue on prior 2014 trucks. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
By Dr Awesome
I purchased a new 2018 GMC Sierra in February, and I'm in MN where it was freezing up until May, so I didn't get a chance to test the A/C. What I did notice was a hissing sound during normal operation and it bugged me so sometimes when I turned the A/C on and back off, it would sometimes go away. It was strange and I brought it up to the dealer in March or April and they dismissed it as normal... Well when it finally got warm and I wanted the A/C, sure enough it did not work! I took it in and they determined it was never charged, so they charged it and found no leaks. Well it just so happens the guy in the waiting room has a 2018 Sierra also and had the same issue, and says a handful of other people did at this dealership also. I got the 10 year warranty so if it ends up being damaged because there was no freon/lube in it, they will have to replace it within the 10 years at the very least, and it's on file as a repair in my history.
So, did anyone else experience this like I (and at least a few others) did?
The air conditioning compressor failed on my 2015 Silverado a little after a year of buying it new. I just turned it on again for the first time after winter and nothing, it doesnt even sound like my compressor is engaging. The heat works great, no ac at all. I really enjoy my truck and am a big Chevy fan, but the expensive ac repairs are unacceptable. Are ac issues a common Silverado problem?
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