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My dealer is claiming that the AC condensor took a hit from road debris and I now have to shell out $700 to get it fixed. I have only had the car 1 month. Underneath, the shroud looks intact. How could it take a hit like that with the shroud in place?

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  • Alan Boudreau Mar 24, 2011

    The dealer showed me and something went right between the 2 horizontal grill bars and nicked the condenser, made a hole and all the gas escaped. Nothing to do but replace it at my cost - definitely looked like a road hazard hit, and not a defect. Oh well. Thanks to our well paved roads - haha!

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The condensor IS at the very front of the car, If you can look into the front area of the car, ( Grill or lower Grill and see the condensor) there is the POSSIBILITY that somthing could get through and dammage the condensor. I woould look myself and ask the dealer to SHOW YOU!

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  • Alan Boudreau Mar 23, 2011

    Thanks, that's what I plan to do tomorrow.

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