Hey Blaine, Just curious how far passed your warranty you are. I ran out in January and I didn't get the impression from the service manager in my home town that they would eat any of the cost for any further repairs. Even though I had the truck in last year for the same problem. Are you in Canada?This is a terrible problem to have everyone. It would be great for the dealership to come up with a solution here.... I have not complained to much yet. But I have a solution that (knock on wood), seems to be working over the last few very cold days. I pulled the passenger side tail light, there is a filter on the suction line. I spliced in a T and bought a little hose and a brass ball valve. Ran it through a hole in the box and used a mag buddy and zip tie to hold the valve in place under the box rail. Removed the valve handle to keep it hidden. Now I can dump isopropyl in to the compressor suction. I might not do this if I had warranty but..... I do not. I was gonna try a battery blanket trick I seen on YouTube but I will try this for now. Also I was under the impression that it was a nitrogen system. But after looking closer underneath I would say there is no way! Maybe 70 percent nitrogen 🙂
Yup. That's all they did with mine too in Okotoks. Heated it up, disabled Aero mode and told me its fine now. Meanwhile here I am on my lease site in the rockies with all 4 corners down to the bump stops. Unless i keep a space heater pointed at the compressor.Hey Ryno, I am in Canada. I haven’t talked to the dealer to much about it. They pissed me off because I took it in for a service and told them about what was happening, and following that I said once it warms up in your shop it will work fine I’m sure, but they proceeded to charge me 80 bucks for checking mass flow and all this other garbage they made up and said it works fine. Haven’t been in to bug them yet. But I am at 80,000 km and bought it in 2015. I have been planning to go see the service manager and complain a bit though.