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The dealers are all full of it and GM really could give a care less. Everyone who has called the Chevy or GMC number gets the shrug off. People say they will call and never do, you ask them a question as to why the dealer can't fix it and they call the dealer for the answer!! What will that get them or you but the same BS the dealer gave the first time.
I looked here to see if it was even listed as a potential problem, but didn't see it any place. what a surprise. See if you can find it. http://si2kgmd:email@example.com/
Good luck to all. At the very least we could crash their server!I never made any claim that I had the dealer tell me such a story nor am I that gullable! Here is the post, show me what you are talking about. I sat on the passenger side of my truck since then in below zero weather for a long trip, 250 miles, with no cold air on that side or from anywhere. I don't know if the cold air was from the window being cracked open in the back, I was in the driveway at the time and my brother in law was playing with the windows, and didn't close it all the way. I have not felt it since, and it was not like the other posts where the people felt "wind" coming form under the dash even when the fan was off. That is a definite leak from somewhere.The post:#531 of 720 Cold Air On Pass. Side by jgmilberg Feb 14, 2001 (01:27 am) I have read on the Yukon XL board about a problem with cold outside air entering the cabin and making for some cold legs and feet. Has anyone with a Yukon/Tahoe had the same problem? Was wondering because the vehicles are virtually the same in the front. They are however built at different plants and this may have a lot or a little to do with it. I have a Yukon XL and the wife hasn't complaind about it as of yet, but I did notiice a slight chill on that side.
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