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Old 03-25-2020, 03:43 PM   #1
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In the last 6 months, we have spent almost $3k fixing a bad a/c in my wifeís 2015 suburban.
If it werenít paid off, Iíd be trading it in ASAP.


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Old 03-25-2020, 03:45 PM   #2
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In the last 6 months, we have spent almost $3k fixing a bad a/c in my wifeís 2015 suburban.
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Switch to Dodge/Ford/Toyota asap. All proven problem free!!!
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Old 03-25-2020, 03:47 PM   #3
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Before this latest AC problem, weíve dealt with electrical/computer issues. I know others arenít problem-free, but Iíve never had issues like this in any other car Iíve ever owned.


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Old 03-25-2020, 03:48 PM   #4
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Dont matter what brand it is on the AC systems none of them make the parts anyway.
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Old 03-25-2020, 03:49 PM   #5
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Let me guess, its the bracket that holds the AC line up.. It broke because its made out of thin aluminum? Myself and 3 buddies with 2014-2017 Chevy/Gm trucks have all had this exact same issue. Dealership tried to tell me it was the Compressor and charge me $1800, mom and pop shop did it for $350
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$3k in A/C repairs is insane. I would question who was doing the work....

Side note; I am a GM Master. ASE Master Tech.. With that and a $1.50 I can have a cup of coffee.....
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Last Chevy I had would have needed actually pieces of corn to be a bigger pile of $&@%

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Switch to Dodge/Ford/Toyota asap. All proven problem free!!!
Roll your eyes all day long. Fact is you just don't see near as many threads like this for Toyotas. I don't understand why non Toyota guys fight the facts so hard. Just admit they have far less issues..You'll feel better. If you want to hate on Toyota just stick to the high sticker price for Tacoma and bad gas mileage for Tacomas and Tundras.
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:05 PM   #9
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I feel for you... we got rid of my wife's 2015 Armada due to continual problems. Albeit we had a 2K Extended Warranty that covered it and 3K of other problems. It was a continual host of problems that let me to believe it was going to keep going after the warranty expired.
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:24 PM   #10
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Agree Tim- Only issue I have with Toyota is I don't like how they pull
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:26 PM   #11
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Just spent 900 on new condensing unit on my 2014 Silverado. Sucks
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:32 PM   #12
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Roll your eyes all day long. Fact is you just don't see near as many threads like this for Toyotas. I don't understand why non Toyota guys fight the facts so hard. Just admit they have far less issues..You'll feel better. If you want to hate on Toyota just stick to the high sticker price for Tacoma and bad gas mileage for Tacomas and Tundras.
Curious.... Why does every Toyota dealer have a service department?
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:33 PM   #13
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In the last 6 months, we have spent almost $3k fixing a bad a/c in my wifeís 2015 suburban.
If it werenít paid off, Iíd be trading it in ASAP.


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The 2015 Chevrolet trucks and suvs were bad about this. I had a 2015 Silverado and the AC went out at 38,000 miles. We also run a fleet of Tahoes at the Sheriff's Office and almost all of the 15 year model units had AC issues.
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:40 PM   #14
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My last four vehicles were Suburban, Blazer, Tahoe, and now a GMC Sierra. 25 years worth of GM products and only minor issues. I won't even look at a Ford or a Ram. I might be swayed to look at a Tundra.
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:46 PM   #15
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Roll your eyes all day long. Fact is you just don't see near as many threads like this for Toyotas. I don't understand why non Toyota guys fight the facts so hard. Just admit they have far less issues..You'll feel better. If you want to hate on Toyota just stick to the high sticker price for Tacoma and bad gas mileage for Tacomas and Tundras.
You're a little touchy about them Toyotas! I mentioned Ford and Dodge too...

I've had my fair share of issues with GM personally. I switched to Ford once upon a time after I'd had enough....won't make that mistake again!
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You're a little touchy about them Toyotas! I mentioned Ford and Dodge too...

I've had my fair share of issues with GM personally. I switched to Ford once upon a time after I'd had enough....won't make that mistake again!
Is Dodge in this fight? I made 2 mistakes..The first Dodge I ever bought and then another one. I'll never own a Dodge..
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Curious.... Why does every Toyota dealer have a service department?
Probably for the Prius
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:58 PM   #18
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My daughter's Toyota 4Runner is a piece of CRAP!! Had to have every door lock actuator replaced before 56k miles and then an other one of those at 81k. Radio had to be replaced at 67k. Plus after having to tighten the rear "spoiler" on top of the lift gate several times it finally got a dose of loctite. Go ahead and preach to me about that Yota quality that they are supposedly known for. Plus, their service department here sucks.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:11 PM   #19
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In the last 6 months, we have spent almost $3k fixing a bad a/c in my wifeís 2015 suburban.
If it werenít paid off, Iíd be trading it in ASAP.


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2015 Yukon here.... have a ac leak in your condenser?
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:14 PM   #20
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Roll your eyes all day long. Fact is you just don't see near as many threads like this for Toyotas. I don't understand why non Toyota guys fight the facts so hard. Just admit they have far less issues..You'll feel better. If you want to hate on Toyota just stick to the high sticker price for Tacoma and bad gas mileage for Tacomas and Tundras.
Lol Iíve had plenty of problems with Toyotaís. Letís see Iíve owned a tundra, sequoia and a Tacoma.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:19 PM   #21
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I hear Toyota’s are bulletproof and last forever with no problems or breakdowns at all! You might want to try Toyota next time.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:42 PM   #22
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My 98 Tahoe was a **** pile. Haven’t owned a a Chevy since.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:45 PM   #23
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dang it! gotta have A/C in TX!
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:46 PM   #24
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If you buy enough of them they will all disappoint you at some point. Since it is paid off I would just try to keep it running.
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Roll your eyes all day long. Fact is you just don't see near as many threads like this for Toyotas. I don't understand why non Toyota guys fight the facts so hard. Just admit they have far less issues..You'll feel better. If you want to hate on Toyota just stick to the high sticker price for Tacoma and bad gas mileage for Tacomas and Tundras.
And ride like a freaking brick
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:53 PM   #26
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IDK who's is best...……………
But, I do know...……….
If it's mechanical, it will break...………
Sorry about the problems...………..
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:55 PM   #27
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2014 and 2017 chevy silverado . Both have had the AC coil/condenser replaced
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:56 PM   #28
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I have 3 Huge dealerships within 4-5 miles of my house.. The one to the south is Chevy. The ones to the north are Toyota and Ford..

All of the mechanics at all 3 drive Tundras!!

Ive always been a Chevy guy but I think I know what my next NEW Truck will be..
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99 Silverado here, had to swap the ac condenser once and thatís it. No other problems than that. Iíll stay with this Chevy for a long time!!


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I faithfully drank the GM koolaid until i bought a 95 6.5 diesel. Four injector pumps in 127,000 miles and i was done. I am no longer an unwilling participant in the GM R&D program.
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$3,000? Did they replace the whole system?
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One of my all time favorites was old, 2005 Chevy Avalanche, but then the electronics began to go out and it was time to say adios.

Then back to Ford, couple of F150 King Ranches then engine problems with one of them with less than 100K miles.

Back to Tundra, had one in 2008, mpg still not good but a SOLID truck so far. I plan on driving the wheels off or until my "wheels" come off with age. No such thing as the "perfect worry free brand," but Toyota has proven reliability and in my old age that's what I want.
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Guess I’m lucky... 250k and climbing daily on a 2000 Sierra 4x4. It’s got some little issues—but it’s a 20 year old truck with a quarter million miles.
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Guess Iím lucky... 250k and climbing daily on a 2000 Sierra 4x4. Itís got some little issuesóbut itís a 20 year old truck with a quarter million miles.

My 99 Silverado is creeping up on 300k, itís earned every mile it has too. I donít beat it but when itís time to work at the lease itíll do it every time without a hiccup.


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2015 Yukon here.... have a ac leak in your condenser?

That was the first round of problems. Now itís a leak in the rear part of the line.


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I quest they donít build them like they use to, I have a 2001 GMC Sierra 19 years old and still has cold air and the engine, AC and transmission hasnít been worked on.
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If you buy enough of them they will all disappoint you at some point. Since it is paid off I would just try to keep it running.

Thatís my plan and also as long as kids are still young enough that they still tear everything up they touch. We will tough it out.


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$3,000? Did they replace the whole system?

At this point, yes.


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Old 03-25-2020, 06:20 PM   #39
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3k in AC repairs, roof top RV unit would be going on!
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Old 03-25-2020, 06:32 PM   #40
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F250s are the best all around for what I do and in my opinion. I agree that they all can and will have issues as a whole.
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I faithfully drank the GM koolaid until i bought a 95 6.5 diesel. Four injector pumps in 127,000 miles and i was done. I am no longer an unwilling participant in the GM R&D program.
Those were probably the worst diesels ever built. I got to admit GM replaced that **** with a pretty good engine, I am actually quite surprised. The GM Duramax is Isuzu in line 6 cylinder diesel. I know the Isuzu trucks that used what I was told is the same engine, were major POSs. I knew multiple tool dealer who had Isuzu tool trucks with the turbo diesel back in the early 2000s, those things were dying left and right and costing a lot of money to replace. I have a buddy with a 2008 Duramax, that has around 500,000 miles, he has never done crap to the engine, he has had to rebuild much of the truck, but done nothing to the engine or the transmission. He does not tow anything with the truck, just drives down the highway, usually with a empty bed. I am sure if he used it for towing often, he would have had to do a lot more work on both the engine and transmission.
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Had a 97 Z71 where the transfer case crapped out at 30k.

99 Tahoe had a multitude of issues.

Our 05 Suburban was good but had various issues over time but nothing major I recall.

My 2011 Co truck with the 6.0 had the tranny die at 330k but the engine was still stout. It's a dog on the giddy up but I think the best gasser they make for longevity.

Our current 2015 Tahoe has been solid so far & guess around 55-60k

Son has a 15 F150 w/ 35k and zero issues.

Drove an 18 F150 with the A10 tranny 100k miles in 14 months w/ no problems either.

Recently Traded in the 17 ZL1 which was an awesome piece of machinery had a recall for the front suspension nut replacement due to backing out & something to reinforce a wire harness that could chafe but only 6500 miles...on my first tundra. TBD.
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I’ve had 4 of the 14-18 generation GM trucks, and we’ve had a handful of others in our work fleet. They have all had an AC failure within 80k miles. I’m no longer a GM fan, but overall they’ve been pretty good trucks. I’ve got 130k currently on my 18’ Sierra. Had an AC failure at 78k and a vacuum booster failure at 62k. Other than that it has been great. Both issues are a known problem, and while I’d rather not have them happen they have been relatively cheap to drive and reliable. My other threee trucks all had AC failures, but nothing else major. All 3 of them were 2015s 1500s, and I forgot I had a 15’ LML Duramax for a bit. Not long enough to make any real statements about on that, but it was problem free.

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I quest they donít build them like they use to, I have a 2001 GMC Sierra 19 years old and still has cold air and the engine, AC and transmission hasnít been worked on.
Most of the older model Chevroletís were bullit proof.
I have an 06 Siverado 5.3 with 286,000 miles. No leaks on the driveway and the a/c blows ice cold.
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Wife's 2016 Tahoe had the condenser crack at about 75K.
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2007 KR F150...248k miles. Replaced bearings in the rear end, replaced Arms or whatever in the front end suspension. No major issues...but currently leaks a bit of power steering fluid. They want 2k to fix it. I fix it every few months with a $1’s worth of power steering fluid.
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Curious.... Why does every Toyota dealer have a service department?
They have people there for the tire rotation and free oil changes.
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Old 03-25-2020, 08:06 PM   #49
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Just gave my son my 2013 GMC Sierra 4x4 with 143,000 trouble free miles and in mint condition. Can’t complain about that truck. It’s also good to buy extended warranties.
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Very common issue that needs to be under a recall.
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