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2008 Enclave Black Mold

BlkMoldQueenBlkMoldQueen Richmond, VAPosts: 2
edited January 2019 in Buick
WTH! I purchased our enclave in 2015. Had noticed once or twice that something in the truck had leaked but with a bunch of kids I assumed that the kids had spilled some water or something. Has a snow storm a few weeks ago and drove our pickup to work for about 2 weeks. Went to drive the enclave this has weekend and the inside is covered in mold! It’s so awful! Called the dealer and they want about $300.00 to fix the problem. When everything I’ve been reading is a defect. Now I’m stuck with a mold filled driveway ornament because my kids have allergies and can ride in the car. Ive had to cut out the padding in the truck because there was over an inch of water just sitting there. WTH an I supposed to do!l

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  • BlkMoldQueenBlkMoldQueen Richmond, VAPosts: 2

  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,482
    Well that's nasty. I would get it cleaned, fix the leak and then keep all the invoices. Sometimes dealers (I mean the one you bought the car from) have a bit of "goodwill" money that they might throw at you, if you are persistent. I'm not sure what your warranty situation is, so that's something you'll have to read over and investigate, regarding time, mileage and what's covered.

    Personally, if $300 fixed everything, I'd just eat it and get it done. Mold can be harmful to respiratory systems.

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