They only want to sell me tires and parts. Also when all of this started to happen my vehicle jerks reduced speed drastically and was shaking vigorously I hurry up and exited the interstate and turned off my vehicle I waited a few minutes and the vehicle started right up 3 miles or so down the road the exact same thing happened only this time I was turning unto a busy intersection and I was left stranded in the middle of the street because the car would not budge I had to end up getting it towed. It gets a surge of power and starts running ruff. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic to be diagnosed. I took it back and they checked it. If you need to have this , consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your home or office to diagnose and repair this and any other issues that have emerged. And the service air bag light comes on from time to time when it is raining or heavy dew I had the recall performed on the air bags and it still is happening the passenger air bag display on the dash will come on when there is no one sitting in the passenger seat.
The approximate failure mileage was 206,000. If its the Traction Control sensor, can we just disable the system. The battery would have to be disconnected to turn off the vehicle. Complaint Number: 10579499 Incident Date: December 12, 2013 Date Added to File: April 14, 2014 Description of the Complaint: Please include repairing this issue in the recall of 2010 hhr vehicles. They told me I need to try to use Top Tier fuel.
The trucks are ok, but the cars suck. I am start with the cheapest fix first and will repost when I find what is going wrong. My two rear windows no longer work, front passenger door will not unlock automatically and driver door handle is broken. Could this be the problem?. I still have same problems as other owners with my electrical system, the dic giving false information such as no air pressure in one of the tires, the abs and traction need repair etc. Might just accidently wrap it around a light pole since I have full coverage. UpsetChevyOwner answered 3 years ago Dealership replaced a sensor and fixed the tie-rod.
The car is still unsafe. I had a very hard time steering and the brakes were applying themselves. Complaint Number: 10899207 Incident Date: July 30, 2016 Date Added to File: August 29, 2016 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2009 chevrolet hhr. Had oil changed then the abs track light and brake light came on. My mph reads my speed going 20 mph over what I am actually driving. I've brought that up to mechanics and they all look at me with confused looks and even a few said there's no such thing.
Seriously - you may just find some wiring damaged or something so easy not worth wild aggravation of a claim if even possible? Taking it back this tuesdayapril 1, 2014 3rd time. I should've bought a Toyota camry. Complaint Number: 11102130 Incident Date: April 30, 2018 Date Added to File: June 15, 2018 Description of the Complaint: Car when stopping began to run rough. Also check if you have a sunroof because the tubing was undone and had been leaking water into wiring. A chime sounds, a message appears on the display, the vehicle briefly loses steering and pulls to the right while brake is involuntarily activated. The failure mileage was approximately 110,000.
It started happening in the spring of this year 2015. The electronic stability control light illuminated again in May 2014. Car has been hesitating and racing to then jerks like I'm being hit. This needs to B fixed or put me N a truck, if have accident, there will B trouble. Never again will I buy a new Chevy. This is the most recent of multiple incidents where the electronic stability control esc activates while traveling straight on dry pavement at speeds between 15 and 30 mph.
It worked the first time but nothing after that. If car no fixed will not pass inspection. Some parts houses can give you the code, but you will either have to take it in to a Certified Technician, or diagnose it yourself if you are qualified. When the vehicle came to a complete stop, the brakes jolted. There are 2 wiring connectors, grease both of them with some sort of bearing grease or electrical lubricate, we used plain bearing grease.
Eats brakes up like you would not believe. No one so far has been able to figure out problem. Runs like a dream now. Dchic12 answered 3 years ago Bmoore38 you would qualify to turn it in under the lemon law, which means you'd get all the money back you've ever paid for the car plus whatever you've paid for repairs. Complaint Number: 10576107 Incident Date: January 12, 2011 Date Added to File: April 1, 2014 Description of the Complaint: Since purchasing this vehicle as a rental return, there have been repeated incidents where the electronic stability control esc activates while traveling straight on dry pavement at speeds between 15 and 30 mph. My Traction Control Light comes on and immediately the transmission starts shifting Hard, shortly after that, the check engine light comes on.
The manufacturer and dealer were not notified of the failures. When the traction control button was pushed, the vehicle only vibrated. Happens everyone I press on the gas. The consumer was advised of a may 2014 recall that included the same malfunctions. I have a small child who sits in the back seat. My key had to sit in the ignition over night, someone could have stolen my car. I always start by load testing the battery and the alternator and making sure that all of the battery connections are good.