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Re: '13 sierra no a/c

Postby esox07 » Aug 28 2020, 1:40am

Not bad at all. A shop would have charged you more than that in diagnostic fees and once they finally figured out it was the control module, they would have charged you $250 for that. They probably would have recharged the coolant and charged you for that as well.
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