Get an appointment with your dealership service department ASAP. Do not run your A/C at all until then. You don’t want to damage your compressor by running it with low refrigerant.
Good time to utilize the open all windows trick with your key fob when you walk to your car. You’ll need them open.
This wireless charger is an awesome upgrade to any base model with the no -touch screen head unit. Loved having it in my 2016 LX.
Install takes some time, but it is relatively easy and you’ll learn a lot installing it yourself.
I have seen a couple 2019 owners complaining about A/C issues. I wouldn’t count yourself out. But for the most part i’ve only seen a few 2019s with more than 25k miles on the odometer. So it may be too early to tell.
You may need to sweat it out for a couple months. Lawsuits are already in motion from what it sounds like. I wouldn’t pay 2000$ either.
Most Honda civic owners can’t afford a 2000$ bill. That’s why they bought a civic in the first place.
I’ve had several issues with my Si so far...
I suspect after this summer’s onslaught of civics filling up service departments across the world, we’ll be getting another letter in the mail about every component of the A/C system being warrantied for 10 years. Keep your receipts people.
No dude. The condenser has an extended warranty for 10 years. You should have gotten a letter in the mail back in November. The dealership knows this.
But if they say it was caused by road debris puncturing the condenser that is their only excuse to charge you anything.