One of the problems every shop faces – because customers don’t realize what’s normal and what isn’t – is how a system works. When the 2001 model year small GM SUVs were introduced (Chevy Blazer S-10, GMC Jimmy and Olds Bravada), a rear A/C system was
Although probably not a “high-take-rate”item, it did come with one operating characteristic that could go years (particularly if now with a second owner) that never got noticed. So if the system now requires service, this “fault” might be cited: the rear
A/C periodically cuts out.
If you test it, you’ll find it only cuts out when the system also is put into defrost,
which occurs by design, to ensure plenty of cool, dry air for the windshield.
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