I haven't been back to the dealer since I talked to GM because they didn't come up with any solution to the problem. It really just seemed as though GM took my complaint which was that the dealer didn't do anything, which may have reflected badly on the dealer. But besides that, they didn't actually come up with a solution to fix the issue.
It is really frustrating because in all my visits, the dealer didn't seem to understand what the problem was, and acted like I was crazy or didn't know how to turn the radio on. After one of my visits, they actually put on the paperwork that in order for the radio to turn on, I just needed to push the on bottom. That obviously isn't the issue, but unfortunately the car only does it the first time it is started when it is cold out.
I have a 2010 V6 2LT and just got cel with code p0449 canister vent solenoid valve. I got 60,000miles on the car and have already replaced the gascap hoping this would be an easy fix. no luck. Will this be covered under enissionwarranty for me to go to a dealer for repair? Thanks all help appreciated.
Chris has been told by his dealership if there's coolant in his cylinder he needs a new engine. I've been told by my local dealership it's carbon build up and I need a gasket replaced.
I have 26,000 miles on my Camaro, over 75% of which are highway miles. I'm extremely curious how I'd have that much carbon build up so quickly with the type of driving I do and how that would lead to coolant in the cylinder.
I'm also curious why one dealership says the engine needs to be replaced while another is replacing a gasket...
Good morning Brandon, I'm wondering if chevy has come up with a resolution for the dreaded grinding gears in the ls3? Also my clutch pedal keeps calapsing to the floor when the car sits for a couple hours. This is the 2nd time its been to the dealer and I don't want to have to keep wasting time to get these issues resolved. Ive seen way to many threads on here regarding these issues. Thanks and have a happy new year.
Need help with a purchase option question. Picked up a new '13 LS two weeks ago. Factory sticker had option for "FLOOR MATS, PREMIUM CARPETED (Dealer Installed)" for a sticker price of $155. Front mats were installed, but no rear mats. Noticed rear mats missing a couple days later and asked dealer to find the missing mats. They said LS models only get front mats. This doesn't sound right.... Too much $ for only 2 mats. Can you please verify if a set of premium mats for an LS for $155 should include all 4 mats for front and rear?
Just discovered I have a crack in the dash of my 2010 Camaro.
Warranty expired two weeks ago with only 16,000 miles .
My first new car ever.
As this appears to be an issue I hope GM will do the right thing.
This car has been well cared for three years now and reflects that care except for this problem. I should definitely not have a crack in the dash
or any other problems in my opinion for a car this new.
That is why I bought a New Car in the first place, so I could take care of it from the beginning and make it last.