Mahindra Marazzo: Repeated AC issues lead to 3 compressor replacements
At around 30,000 km, the air conditioner stopped working and the authorized service center (ASS) replaced the compressor for free.
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I am a new member to this forum but a long-time follower. I would like to thank the moderators for approving my request. I own a Mahindra Marazzo M8 with a 2019 registration. I have been happy with my “shark” and have driven approximately 107,500 km so far. My warranty expired in December.
During my ownership, I have experienced the following problems:
At around 30,000 km, the air conditioner stopped working and the authMahindraorized service center (ASS) replaced the compressor for free.
At 60,000 km, the in-car entertainment (ICE) stopped working, but was replaced under warranty.
After 95,000 km, some speed sensors started malfunctioning and caused a high-speed alert in the MID even at 10 km/hr or while reversing. This was also replaced under warranty.
I have had all services done at the ASS and they have been very helpful and supportive.
Today, while I was driving, the AC went wrong again. It started blowing hot air and is not cooling at all.
I visited the Mahindra service center. They checked and confirmed that the problem is with the compressor and it needs to be changed again. They ordered a new compressor and it will take at least a week to arrive.
BHPian Bonemechanic shared the following update:
My Marazzo has been repaired and is back. The compressor was at fault and has been replaced. It is now working smoothly.
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