Hey guys...long time no talk!
I've been super busy - I'm opening up a computer repair/sales, Verizon and Dish store the first of next month. Btw - anyone working in that field that knows any decent Master Agents, LET ME KNOW.
Anyways - last week my Bonnie had a TERRIBLE day. All in one day the climate control temp showed 136 degrees! It fluctuates from the mid-90s to the 130s every day. The dash also said "Check Oil Level" (got my oil changed today), and the damn sunroof wont open! It tilts up, but wont slide back. Wtf...what a bad day, lol.
The outside temps reading at 136 makes the climate control stay on full blast I believe - doesnt it factor in outside temp, along with sun load? Hopefully someone can shine some light on this ridiculousness. Thanks guys
2001 Pontiac Bonneville SE - "SLE w/o the ugly" 3.05 gears, 180* thermostat, 35/20% tint, spoiler, leather, traction control, sunroof, leather shift/steering, automatic climate control. www.gillsystems.com