A lawsuit filed in Oklahoma says GM’s A/C will only blow hot air due to multiple defects in the HVAC system.
And that the automaker wasn’t upfront about the problem.
The lawsuit says there are at least two defective parts of the air conditioning system, the first being the line leading from the compressor to the condenser. This line consists primarily of an aluminum tube connected to a rubber hose, but the plaintiffs claim the tube can disconnect from the rubber hose and allow the refrigerant to leak.keep reading article "Oklahoma Lawsuit Says GM’s A/C Only Blows Hot Air"
Additionally, the aluminum tube is allegedly defective because it can rupture and allow the leak to occur.…