Air Conditioner Inoperative In The 2015 Chevrolet Traverse Due To Low Refrigerant Charge
Do you own a 2015 Chevrolet Traverse? Are you getting fed up of that annoying hissing noise from the dash when you turn on your A/C? You will be glad to hear that you are not on your own. Hundreds of thousands of customers have reported issues with this model of car and you should not have to put up with it.
When it comes to buying used cars no matter how careful we are sometimes we get caught out. Concealed mechanical defects in cars and motorcycles are a common occurrence when buying from a second-hand dealer and these issues are not always easy to sort out.
If you have bought a defective 2015 Chevrolet Traverse and are looking for expert consumer advice California Lemon Law have your interests at heart.
Concerns about the 2015 Chevrolet Traverse
The most common fault with the 2015 Chevrolet Traverse is a hissing noise from the dash when turning on A/C. This issue is caused by the air conditioner being inoperative and will usually come to your attention as the air blows warm. This is due to poor performance resulting from low refrigerant charge. This problem seems to crop up as the weather heats up, or for those of you lucky to live in a hot climate all of the time. Brand new, Chevrolet is not seeing this issue but if you have bought your car from a dealership and it is more than a year old you are likely to be experiencing problems.
In addition to the A/C hissing noise, there is also a common problem with the A/C blowing hot. All you need on a warm day. Details of this fault can be found in bulletin 16-NA-046.
If these problems have developed over time and you are worried that you have left it too late to speak to your dealer you should still seek legal advice.
This A/C problem has also been reported in the following models:
- 2016 Buick Enclave
- 2016 GMC Acadia
- 2016 Chevrolet Traverse
Expert consumer advice from California Lemon Law
When we buy used cars we should be prepared to experience some faults, just like every car user does. We should not, however, have to suffer from uncomfortable car journeys when we have spent time and money choosing the perfect car. If you have asked the dealer upfront if there are or have been any technical faults and they say no, you could be covered by lemon law.
California Lemon Law Center is experienced in all aspects of consumer law and has helped many used car buyers in getting refunds and replacements on faulty cars. Contact us today and we will talk you through all that you need to build a successful case.