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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?????
By Kyle Mills
Hello, im currently in the market for a new (to me) truck. I have a little girl, and a fiancee. Ive looked at many truck for sale. The biggest features im looking for is, 4door, leveling kit, tint, somewhat low miles, wheels and tires are a plus, but not nessicary, and well maintained. I know truck pricing in general is pretty high nowadays. But i made this forum to ask, what would a good price be for a Silverado between 2014-2016 be? Thabks in advance
By Steve Grundy
I need help. I have brought this in for service several times and they can't find the problem.
I'm now convinced the problem is the factory alarm system that came with my 2010 Suburban. If I park it and push once on the fob to only lock the doors, everything is fine. But if I push twice to lock the doors and activate the alarm, then when I come back a couple days later, the battery will be completely dead. When I charge the battery, almost immediately after connecting the charger, the alarm will go off, honking the horn, blinking the lights, etc. BTW, it does not drain from the alarm running too long without my knowledge. The alarm almost NEVER goes off except in this situation when I connect the charger. For a number of reasons I am positive that the alarm is not going off without my knowledge and running for so long it drains the battery. It is draining the battery without making a sound.
What can I do? I've seen instructions on how to remove the door panel and cut the alarm wires, but before I take that drastic action, is there anything else to try? Is there a way to adjust the alarm to maybe avoid the drain. Is there another way to disable it that is easier and/or less destructive than cutting the wires?
Thanks for your help!
By Christopher Replogle
So I have 1997 suburban 1500 2wd 5.7l went to install a train nor the other day didn't get around to it I might add. Had battery disconnected for a bit. Next day it started out driving fine. Felt a wierd flutter going down the highway. Stopped at the store and could barely reverse took basically sitting on the pedal keeping rpm a little over 1200. Went in to drive just fine. By the next stoplight take off felt sluggish. Now it will barely get to moving at all. Electrical issue or what???? RpMs solid at idle around 650, doesn't have the mysterious rough idle or anything like that chased that's thru a full engine rebuild just about with my last suburban. Haven't had this one too long but seemed well taken care of I'm the second owner a school had it before me. So I figure all the maintenance was kept up. Got about 145,000 miles on it trans fluids clean and around proper levels. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I'm hoping its not a transmission failure don't see that just happening out of the blue without prior signs or behavior
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