The tracking information on this vehicle and all my other vehicles has been shared with a large number of people. The contact, passenger, and rear passenger occupant sustained chest injuries that required medical attention. I was told by the service dept from the dealer that the issue was a part fell into the piston. When the vehicle was restarted, it regained normal acceleration; however, the failure recurred more frequently. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed, but the cause of the failure was not found. One good way to prevent this issue is to check your oil levels whenever you get fuel in your.
We got it served by a mechanic and the timing chain when it slipped damaged the engine. No noises, no warning, no malfunction lamps until vehicle stopped. This time when the tow truck arrived, the car did not start. Complaint Number: 11182747 Incident Date: November 29, 2018 Date Added to File: February 27, 2019 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2012 chevrolet traverse. The car ran into an intersection before it came to full stop in the middle of it. My speed was reduced to around 45mph. I asked if it was safe to drive and they would not commit to safety or reliability but refused provide any relief until Monday and gave me no offer of a loaner car.
After the repair, the air bag warning light continued to illuminate. Last year the Traverse started using oil a quart or more in 1000 miles when driven on long trips. . The car shutting down for no reason and without much warning is putting lives at risk. The 14th of Sept, the whole dash lights went out on it.
My mechanic has checked everything and cant find anything wrong. The approximate failure mileage was 39,000. It has been continuous with us changing lights, brake lights and headlights. The failure mileage was 49,550. We are sorry to hear that you are experiencing these concerns! I am extremely disappointed in the dealership and Chevy. I called the dealer and the soonest they can get me in to check the car is Monday. Also, door locks began locking and unlocking on their own.
This light has a few meanings including low oil levels, an issue with the oil level sensor or low oil pressure. I have five grandkids and a disabled husband who I have to drive 80 miles to the dr 2-3 days a week. I went to autonation to look at the vehicle, they claimed it doesn't have engine issues even though they did not give me a copy of the results of the whole diagonosis. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. I pulled over, shut the vehicle off for 5-10 minutes, and restarted it. These cars are built to hold families.
If the light is green or blue, it is informational or indicating that something is on, such as your high beams. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic. Vehicle was serviced two months ago for this problem, where an alignment temporarily fixed the problem. I had two semis behind me, the one directly behind me had to get over very quickly to avoid rear ending me. Extremely dangerous when traveling and reduced power occurs.
The vehicle was able to restart after several attempts. I rolled back down the driveway and again waited on the side of the road, turned off the vehicle, and when I restarted the vehicle, made a loop in the highway and finally was able to go up my driveway to return home. It came disconnected again, had it fixed, now the warning light is on again, and I am annoyed! I have to turn engine off and on a few times before it goes off. I would have had a different outcome. In neutral the car locked up and wouldn¿T drive. While in a slow speed on a side road, approximately 35 mph, the vehicle suddenly started locking and unlocking, and this time suddenly accelerated. The failure mileage was 102,163.
The front will not remain in alignment. The very next morning the car still wouldn¿T start so I got someone to jump me off. However, if a customer service agent, service manager, wishes to write or e-mail Chevrolet, Model year dealer sales agent, or sales the letter should be addressed to: manager, depending on your case. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. After two weeks they say the engine was gone. My husband researched the issue with an oem reader and received error codes that indicated it might be the timing chain. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where the failure was unable to be diagnosed.