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So my car is in the shop. Yes, that one. It's a long story too. Suffice to say there is a problem with the climate control, and I'm finding out the biggest downside to owning an EV: Getting it fixed when things go wrong.
So far I have already been ripped off by one dealership. They told me they could work on my LEAF, but things did not go well there. After I got hosed for $140 and nothing done to fix the problem, I found out from the two other area dealerships that the one I went to does not actually have any technicians certified to work on the LEAF. It would appear they scammed me.
One of the dealerships told me up front they do not have a LEAF tech, but the last one boasted that they are the only ones to have qualified technicians in this area. I wish I had known that beforehand.
So for now, I'm driving my old gas guzzling GMC. Hopefully the dealership will find the problem and be able to fix it soon.
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