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1997SierraSLT

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  1. I've had rotors with 120,000 miles on them that have looked better than that. Typical GM, deny deny deny and operating as intended or considered normal.
  2. This is GM’s classic get out of jail free card……operating within specifications. All while your brand new GM truck slowly self destructs.
  3. Welcome to the life of GM ownership. With as many times as you’ll be seeing that CEL, GM should just be giving you a scan tool with every vehicle purchase.
  4. It’s not really GM’s fault for building a POS. The fault is on the consumer for continuing to purchase their vehicles.
  5. With as many times you’re going to see that CEL flashing over the lifetime of ownership, GM should just include a scan tool with every new vehicle purchase.
  6. It would not surprise me if the NHTSA were heavily subsidized by General Motors. The NHTSA simply buries major safety issues related to GM vehicles. It’s been this way for decades.
  7. With as many times you’re going to see that CEL flashing over the lifetime of ownership, GM should just include a scan tool with every new vehicle purchase.
  8. Sounds like it may be time to switch over to a Tundra so you can actually enjoy life.
  9. With as many times you’re going to see that CEL flashing over the lifetime of ownership, GM should just include a scan tool with every new vehicle purchase.
  10. With as many times you’re going to see that CEL flashing over the lifetime of ownership, GM should just include a scan tool with every new vehicle purchase.
  11. GM doesn't need to build a quality vehicle as long as the consumer continues to purchase.
  12. GM will now be offering military type sleeping bags and MRE's at a discounted price when your brand new GM truck leaves you and your family stranded out in the middle of nowhere in the dead of winter.
  13. GM will now be offering military type sleeping bags and MRE's at a discounted price when your brand new GM truck leaves you and your family stranded out in the middle of nowhere in the dead of winter.
  14. The safety of you and your family doesn’t hold a candle to quarterly profits.
  15. Sure have to wonder if GM simply pulls another potentially defective valve spring out of their parts bin to be the lucky recipient in your engine.
  16. no CEL? Probably not. That is GM's get out of jail free card majority of the time and it is completely intentional. GM chooses to not incorporate this logic into their software to limp their vehicles through the warranty period. Then bend you over.
  17. You're a smart man. GM trucks don't like the cold weather. You think you have electrical issues now, just wait till the temps really drop.
  18. I’d be more concerned about the plethora of electrical issues and patented GM “glitches”. Nothing like randomly losing your brakes, power steering or having the engine die on you. Then GM informs you, “sorry, no codes were set, cannot duplicate”. GM has become a line of vehicles I’d never want my family in for fear of their safety.
  19. It is unfortunate that the consumer must resort to actually joining forums in advance of purchasing a new vehicle to thoroughly educate themselves on what they're going to expect for "real world" vehicle quality and dependability.
  20. Reducing labor costs doesn't necessarily lower the quality. The make up of the vehicles individual components and assemblies are what lowers the quality.
  21. At GM, quarterly profits take precedence above all else. Quality and reliability take a backseat. GM is banking on consumer brand loyalty to keep them afloat until their next $50 billion taxpayer funded bailout.
  22. Hopefully the dealer doesn't give you the runaround and say your "newly remanufactured" transmission is on backorder for three months. At minimum they should extend your powertrain warranty.
  23. Look at it this way. It is better than the patented GM response of "operating as intended"
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