Re: 2009 Traverse Air Conditioner not working
As far as I know, GM uses Dex-cool antifreeze, which is red (or orange depending on how you perceive it). So a green puddle under your car puzzles me. Have you had your coolant changed out?
Usually Dex-cool is good for 5yrs or 250,000km (160,000 miles I think).
Second, I don't think that your AC would be damaged, because there are pressure switches that will not allow the AC to engage if the pressure is too low. So I highly doubt damage.
Green liquid in the AC? I don't think so, but maybe??
I think you just have a small leak somewhere and probably need a system recharge (after the leak is found) You can also buy one of those all in one kits from wal-mart that comes with a gauge. Its not the most accurate, but it may be the cheapest and quickest way to check if you AC is low on refrigerant or not.
2010 Traverse 1LT<br />Built 3/10 in Lansing, MI<br /><br />Ontario, Canada