A total of 8013 complaints have been filed with NHTSA for vehicles that are model year 2015 or newer. 5.1%, or 405 of those complaints have caused some degree of injury. 6.4%, or 514 were crash related, and 1.5%, or 119 complaints describe fire-related incidents.
MY AIRCONDITION BLOWING HOT AIR COST 1700.00 TO REPAIR MY CAR IS A 2016 Chevrolet Impala THEY SAY THE DASH HAS TO COME OUT TO REPLACE PART THERE SHOULD BE A RECALL ON THIS ## #VPIC# 1 - CHECK DIGIT (9TH POSITION) DOES NOT CALCULATE PROPERLY #VPIC#
While driving the speed limit of 45 miles per hour, the car jolted and lights in the car went on. Transmission light, brake light, stability track light, service park assist light, service steering light, etc. This caused me a challenge in driving the car on a two lane road because the steering became more difficult and there was not a big enough shoulder to pull onto the side of the road. Bring car into dealer and find that the front wheel bearing and hub need to be replaced, the first time this occurred was when the brand new car was about a year old (we did have 18311 miles on the vehicle). About a year later (15 months later), the same incident occurred and the same parts needed to be replaced again. However, we were outside of the warranty due to mileage and they no longer wanted to replace the broken parts under warranty. The same parts should not go out year after year on a brand new car! We asked if there was a recall on parts and were told no. The part numbers on both invoices - sl-n-washer (04710-c); sl-n- nut (06056-bc); sl-n-washer (06056-c); sl-*-n- bearing (060311-c)
~tl the contact owns a 2019 chevrolet corvette. The contact stated that the vehicle shuddered while driving. The vehicle was taken to vaden chevrolet pooler located at 300 outlet parkway, pooler, ga 31322, to be diagnosed. The contact was informed that the set of wheels were bent. The dealer submitted a claim to the manufacturer however, the wheels were not covered under warranty. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The wheels were not replaced. The failure mileage was 15,597.
I NOTICED THE CAR'S (2017 Chevrolet Impala) A/C WAS BLOWING HOT AIR WHILE STATIONARY AND IN MOTION. I TOOK IT IN FOR AN A/C CHECK. PER THE CHEVROLET DEALERSHIP'S SERVICE ADVISOR, THERE IS AN EVAPORATOR CORE LEAK INTO DASHBOARD. GM HAS RELEASED TWO SPECIAL OVERAGE BULLETINS (N182186880 & N182186881) IDENTIFYING THE ISSUE AND THE YEAR, MAKE, AND MODEL (2016-2018 IMPALAS 3.6). ALSO, PER THIS BULLETIN, IT STATED IT IDENTIFIED THE VINS THIS IMPACTED, BUT I HAVE THE SAME ISSUE AND CAR. IT DOES NOT STATE WHY SOME IMPALAS WERE NOT SELECTED. BUT DIFFERENT FORUMS ON THE INTERNET, SHOW THERE ARE MORE IMPALAS AND THEIR OWNERS WHO HAVE THIS SAME ISSUE. SEE HTTPS://WWW.IMPALAFORUMS.COM/THREADS/EVAPORATOR-REPLACEMENT.1841471/ . DUE TO VOLUME OF OTHER COMPLAINTS, I BELIEVE THIS SHOULD BE A NATIONAL RECALL. THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE ESPECIALLY DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS.
Took my new 2019 chevrolet grand sport corvette, purchased may 27 2020, to the dealer for 500 mile oil change. Informed dealer i had vibration at 65 mph and up to 75 mph (maybe higher). Dealer informed me that all 4 wheels are bent out of spec. Dealer referred to gm corporate for warranty claim. Gm declined the claim. I followed the gm recommended brake in procedure, did not hit anything, no hard braking, no wide open throttle, no burnouts, etc. The majority of the 500 mile was all interstate varying the speed from 55 mph to 75 mph.