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General Motors in Los Angeles, California - POOR QUALITY UNLESS YOU HAVE SILICONE
I bought my 2009 Vibe GT in May/2008 and have been in and out the dealer numerous times. I think they might give me my own desk within the next week? From missing wheel center caps that fall off at every turn to Interior moldings popping loose to the crhome exhaust tip flying off too. I am disgusted with the quality of this car. I have lost and/or replaced 5 wheel center caps (warranty) on this thing. I asked Pontiac to replace all 4 rims and caps because I felt that a design flaw was the issue. They told me no but would be more than happy to GLUE them on at no charge. The new exhayst system and interior moldings are on order and this piece of S*?# is parked for now... buyer beware.....
General Motors in Dallas, Texas - GMC dosn't acknowlege e-brake problem
I own a 2001 Sierra 1500 4X4. I checked with a brake shop at 50k for an estimate. The mechanic asked if the e-brake traveled all the way to the floor. I replied ever since 20k. He then gave me an estimate of $1500 to replace rear rotors and e-brake pads along with a standard brake job. He and other mechanics say that they see this a lot. I'm pissed because the e-brake was rarely used and now I have to lay out a lot of money just to pass state inspection. GMC dealers and the factory deny any knowlege or bulletins addressing the problem. I think there should be a recall. A side note, the truck has 165k on it now and still has original front brakes. Ricky Hightower firstname.lastname@example.org
General Motors in Portland, Oregon - Sounds like GM has some real problems /w brakes
7 months ago we complained on a 2008 Pontiac grand prix gxp sports model. $30,000 dollar car I mind u. Well we've only had a run around and they say nothings wrong that whats happening is normal and if that is normal no wonder everybody's by foreign cars. After having the car for approx 6 months with just under 20,000 miles we notice a problem with the brakes, the high performance rotors were scorned that had to be replaced along with the brake pads. well 3 months later and 4500 miles it did it again and they won't do anything about it, again they say it's normal. were not getting any help and were thinking attorney because were feed up. Sincerely Kelly french. email: email@example.com
General Motors in Seattle, Washington - 2005 Malibu
I am a owner of a 2005 Malibu and have had nothing but trouble with it since purchase. The head lights burn out, the stering column 'clicks', the brakes excel (slightly) when depressed. I have contacted GM and the will not admit this is a factory issue and make a recall. It's going to cost me over $200.00 to fix the lights and who know what might happen with the steering column. The mechanics at a Chevy dealership said they've had numerous complaints but GM want do anything. This is not fair. What has to happen...'someone die' before they look into the 2005 Malibu. This was a lemon of a year. I do not recommend this model even if someone is giving it to you. The car is dangerous.
General Motors in Interlochen, Michigan - Refused to repurchase vehicle after electrical fire airbag deployment
I purchased a 2007 GMC sierra new on 03/30/2007. approx. 7 months later the heated seats quit working. Dealer fixed,not the way the schematics called for but it was working,within 3 months the vehicle had an electrical fire. once again the dealer fixed the wiring. On 8/18/2008 while driving the vehicle at 30-35 mph the side curtain air bags deployed for no reason there was no accident and luckily I was able to get the vehicle under control, It took the dealer over 60 days to repair vehicle from air bag deployment. GMC will not repurchase vehicle
General Motors in Chicago, Illinois - Refused to Refund For Engine Fire and Total Loss
I received a recall notice from General Motors on or about April of 2008 (Recall # 07035 for an Engine Compartment Fire). I took the recall notice to my mechanic. My mechanic informed me that the repairs listed on the recall had already been completed on February 1,2008. I sent the receipt to the reinbursement dept. of General Motors. General Motors sent a small refund for the repair only. On August 5, of 2008, despite the approved and refunded repairs, the car had an Engine Compartment Fire. General Motors refused to give any refund of any amount. I was told by GM that Breach of Warranty Statute of Limitation in Indiana is six from the original date of purchase. I was told that the time had expired for me to receive a refund. Is this the way General Motors treats their Disabled American Veterans? Tracy Brown
General Motors in Maple Grove, Minnesota - MALIBU'S SUCK(anti-theft system)
Alright, not gonna lie, but the Chevy Malibu is actually a great car minus the really *** theft system... i am glad to find out that I'm not the only one that has problems with this. i was repeatedly late to work, well in fact anywhere i was ever going because this so called "theft-deterrent" stopped me from going anywhere... seriously why don't they offer some way to break the *** thing or remove it, instead of having to replace the whole *** thing which costs oh, about 300 dollars... but i hear many things about cutting the yellow wire... so i urge everyone that has this problem, not to confide in the "great, noble, wanting-to-help-you-in-any-way-i-can," people of GM but to cut the *** yellow wire...you'll save money. just Google it and you will find out how to do it step-by-step. thanks for listening
General Motors in Boulder, Colorado - Passlock System Malfunction
My Chevy Impala LS occasionally would not start because of the Passlock II system. The antitheft securilty light keeps coming up even after the car was started. Dealership wanted to replace the sensor for $500. There are a lot of similar complaints on the Internet from owners of GM vehicles with similar systems. There is an inherent design flaw with the system. GM should have a recall to correct the problem. It is problem like this prevents people from buying GM products. The had lost a lot of repeated customers because of the inaction. nonetheless I will be buying a Japanese car next time.
General Motors in Simpsonville, South Carolina - GM put wrong tires on new Crew Cab Pick-ups
I bought a new 2007 Silverado LT Crew Cab. The Truck costs $35500.00 This truck was equiped with Bridgestone All Terrain tires (16") 4ply. I have experienced a vibration since the day I bought the vehicle. The dealership Anderson Cheverolet in Waynesville, NC has tried repeatedly to fix the vibration and been unsuccessful. They now tell me that the vibration is within normal specs. At 27000 miles the dealership said that the tires needed to be changed and they did this at the instruction of the factory rep in Atlanta, I later learned that the lying factory rep renigged on his promise to pay the dealership. Now, 14000 miles later, the tires are ruined again, the truck rides rougher and louder than ever and GM says tough luck you are out of your 36 mo. warranty. I tried to tell them to put higher load range tires on the truck and this would solve the problem when they replaced the tires the first time ans they would not and now they refuse to help at all. Now I am using a Lemon Law attourney and intend to make GM Buy The Truck Back So if you have a Chevy Crew cab make sure you make your dealership put load range D or E on your truck. Hal Stowers Clyde, NC
General Motors in Skokie, Illinois - Stalling on refund of pre-paid warranty.
For many months I have sought a refund on a fully paid warranty on my 2000 Jimmy. I am now in an assisted living senior community and will never drive the car again. Your sales team pointed out that the warranty would be transferable - and I am looking for the prorata amt. of the Contract purchase price of $1899.00. I am now residing in Chicago and the car is not being driven. Since a Dealer cannot "benefit" from this Contract: CW50-131137, I must sell it outright. I have complied w/all info; have heard nothing! Vivian *** Easly
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