Chevrolet Suburban Missing
Please someone help me. I had an 2007 Suburban purchased new noticed a miss around 18,000 took it into dealership they couldn't find anything wrong. Told me it was the tires. Took it in several different times they told me the same thing finally at 30,000 miles 2 1/2 hours away from home I'm beside the road waiting on a tow truck it won't pull. Took it in they said it was the "sprag" fixed it, picked back up ran fine for about 2 days then started with the same problems all over again. Took it in again and again and again they said nothing was wrong, so I got rid of it and bought a 2009 Suburban thinking everything would be fine I guess thats just my luck with only 100 miles on it this suburban is doing the same thing as the last one. It misses really bad when you first pull out and even worse going up a hill. Has anyone else had this problem. I'm just not sure what to do. Thanks
You bought a new vehicle, let the dealership worry about fixing this.
BTW, how could you have filled up 3 times at a new gas station with this vehicle, if you only have 100 miles?
People in their plants are waiting for pink slips. You think they do their best work during these days?
I can assure you that some of the problems in GM vehicles are not due to normal manufacturing problems.
The other thing is that you cannot have your vehicle fixed under warranty. This happened to me already with an '04 Tahoe. Dealers are not fixing them because they cannot get payment from GM.
I would not touch a new GM vehicle with a 10 ft long pole at this moment. Only if they for some stupid amazing reason would get back on their feet again or if they would give a vehicle for me to test drive for 6 months before buying it, which they certainly will not do.
Your best bet is to tell your dealer that you will pay for work and parts even it is under warranty but they might not fix it even then as you would then have proof that it was a warranty job and could ask for your money to be returned.
GM deserves to go under.
Do you think they could possibly get back on their feet again if everybody simply stopped buying? Would they be more likely to get back on their feet if people did buy? Just a thought.
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I really like my Tahoe now after I fixed it myself while it was still under warranty. Problems started after about 1500 miles and dealer newer did nothing to fix it. Always said nothing wrong because no trouble codes. And they had plenty of time to fix it. At one time they had my truck for two weeks but no help.
When my gas mileage was only 13 MPG on highway driving I knew there was something wrong.
I fixed it myself and there were a lot of little things that needed attention.
After spending $40 000 for a vehicle I did not think I need to be doing what I had to do.
This is my last GM vehicle.
And yes, I always try to buy vehicle built in U.S.
I hope I'm posting this in the right area. We just bought a 2009 Suburban and have had continual stalling problems. Has anyone else experienced this or have any idea what is causing it? Thanks :mad:
Could be many different things, an intermittent sensor, restricted fuel flow, defective software load, and thousands of other things. Dealership will check the errors in the computer which will lead them to the right problem area.