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I purchased a brand new Suburban in 2015 from Sawgrass Chevrolet in November 2015. Over the last 6 months my husband and I noticed the paint on the hood of the vehicle is faded and has noticiable swirls. I had it evaluated by a auto body shop and they confirmed the paint is defective and there is no clear coat. I've also been told by the dealership that this is a very common issue they have seen on the hood/ over the engine. Yet, there is nothing they can do, I must contact GM. How is it possible that this is a know issue and there is no resolution. My car is just over four years old! My 10 year old Ford Expedition's paint looked close to brand new compared to this!!!
Does anyone have any advice or recommendations? CLASS Action lawsuit?????
2019 GMC Canyon all terrain bought in July 2019 with 12000km on it has clicking noise in drivers side between doors around seat belt adjuster (B- pillar area). Had the truck to two separate dealerships 7 times altogether with no success after the dealer trying different things including:
1.Replaced rear side door arm rest cover trim
2.Center pillar upper trim panel replaced 3.Replaced clips in door
4.Replaced power door lock actuator (which was very loose according to them) 5.Replaced all door weather striping.
Not something you would expect from a new truck. Any ideas what this could be?
Hi Long time lurker , i have a 2017 Gmc Sierra 1500 with the 5.3with the 6l80e . Im a trying to add a auxiliary transmission filter. i wanted to go with the the derale part number 13005 in conjunction with a NAPA 1269 filter. i have read both write ups done by FL335i and cossack. But on my truck the lines are routed different i included the attachment below .I want to try use an AN Adapter fitting to replace the #2 which is the gm quick disconnect19210848 with something like Earl's Performance AN to Straight Cut O-Ring Fittings AT949094ERL. but im having trouble coming up with a solution for how to adapt the AN line to the hard line. i know the AN line is probably over kill but i want to install it and not have to worry about it leaking or blowing out because i drive alot for work. if anyone can give me an input on this and any ideas or part numbers that will be appreciated.
Excuse my chicken scratch but i figured it would help explain my ordeal a little better.
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