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I recently noticed that whenever my air conditioning is on (idle, driving, low, high) there is a rattle / vibration near the glove compartment on the passenger side. Any ideas about what the cause might be?
It's rare, but it all depends in the manufacturing of the motors. Working at BMW/Audi/Porsche...we had plenty of new cars come in and within 1-2 WEEKS those cars were back for noises such as blower motor rattles, shift lever rattles, sunroof whistles....
At least the dealer is gonna fix it for free with the warranty right?
Yea I bought the 7 year warranty, so it covers it. But they told me if the noise was because of leaves jammed in the fan, they wouldn't have covered it and I would've had to pay the $100 diagnosis fee. That's such bs. I can't control leaves....but luckily it was the blower motor.
^Well, you actually can b/c in the "suggested" reading they give you when you're signing to buy your car, things such as leaves in the blower, debris in the water channels for the sunroof and other things like that, are all considered customer maintenance on the vehicle.
Yes, it sucks, but if the product is not the DIRECT cause of the failure, then it's the customer's responsibility.
That is how it works, unfortunately. If they can pretty much say, "Yes, it's those leaves clogging up the area," then you're toast. You can bi*ch at them (and if it's your first complaint with this issue) they will most likely clean the area out for free. We had plenty of customers come in with their sunroof channels clogged causing MAJOR leaks inside the car and leaves in their blowers motors. It was routine for the shop to look like a leaf blower exploded in the early spring.