About two weeks ago, I took my volt into the shop, due to another 'Check Engine' light. (The car has two wonderful 7" High resolution LCD screens, but still relies on an idiot light to tell me something's wrong.)
When I took the car in, I informed the service tech that their air conditioner also was not working.
About an hour later, I was told the AC is what's not performing as expected, and that's what the check engine light is on for. We do have a few recalls on the volt, and can service all of these today, and get the parts ordered for the AC.
As part of the recall, the serviced the Battery overhaul, the 120V charger, and I believe the air bags. They needed two parts for the AC, that would take a few days. That was 2 weeks ago.
Apparantly, the part the vehicle needs is not in stock anywhere, and that I can't receive a loaner, as driving in 100 degree weather in a 2011 vehicle with Air Conditioning is a luxury, and not a safety concern, preventing GM from providing a loaner.
So, that leads me to ask, how long can GM take to replace this part? 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 90 days, 1 year?
I still love my volt, but without AC, I can't drive it when it's 100+ degrees outside. I get to work and need a shower.
Volt #2337, NJ