I have a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer. I purchased it in 2005. Since my purchase, I have been hearing the same jet engine sound on and off. Recently, my A/C stopped working properly and the jet engine sound is even more obvious and more consistent.
The weird thing is, the A/C cools fine; however, when I'm in park, and I turn on the A/C it's as if all the power from the engine is being sucked up, and it either comes close to turning off, and several times has turned off.
As long as I don't turn the A/C on, the truck runs fine, except for the occasional jet engine sound.
So would fixing the fan clutch fix the A/C problem and the jet engine sound as well?
I like my TB, but after reading all the concerns about the fan clutch and A/C problems on several websites, I'm now beginning to question why I bought this truck knowing I've been warned about American made vehicles.
Does anyone know if GM has done a recall?
In another website, I found that someone won a class action law suite against GM for the same problems and they won the case under the Lemon Law. So why hasn't anyone heard of a recall yet?