Bring it to him after a long trip.
Absolutely. And I can't believe that they can't fix the problem without actually experiencing it.garyo11 said:I have an '06 LE that's developed a problem the dealer can't fix. On long, cross country drives (6hrs plus), the A/C and fan will quit working. The fan indicator bars show full "on" and you can hear the fan motor running but absolutely nothing comes out of the vents. When I stop, I get a huge puddle of water (much more than the normal condensation drips one gets from an A/C). I'm pretty sure that the system is freezing up but I can't make the connection with no air coming out of the vents.
It's rendered the truck useless to me for long drives and the dealer never sees the problem because they don't go out for 6 hour test drives. No service bulletins on this and I'm frustrated. Any ideas?
As soon as I get off the highway the iced up condensor begins to melt. By the time I get to the dealer and they get one of their techs to look at it, enough ice has melted to allow cold air to circulate. They either need to believe me or get in the darn truck for 6+ hours if they want to see the problem for themselves.electricjohn said:Bring it to him after a long trip.