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VF HVAC design fault. Put up with it?

Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by crvee8, Sep 2, 2016.

  1. sequal

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    I just had a look to see if I still had the receipt from the dealer with the description of what they did on it, but I cannot find it anywhere.

    I wrote this post on the day I had it done, the dealer may have lied to me (which I wouldn't be surprised about really, I no longer use this dealer), but it is definitely better: https://forums.justcommodores.com.au/threads/vfii-air-con.255210/#post-2836806

    Sorry I cannot be any more help.
     
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    I have VFII My16. Generally leave it on 22 degrees Auto with no problems at all. All vents open
     
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    My previous VF Calais V was mainly on 22 (MY14 terrible compared to the previous car which was a VE). Always adjusted it for the summer. Placed the auto fan speed on high in summer.

    The VFII Redline is usually on 23 all the time as it seems to be the best temp for this car in winter. Summer it is a pain having to adjust it up and down all the time. The VE was so much better.
     

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