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General Motors - 1999 Buick Lesabre Review from Rochester, New York

Second engine destroyed by the peice of *** intake manifold gaskets. First was a 1997 5.7 litre z71 second was 1999 3.8 litre buick lesabre. They don't run on water. Yes I take great care of my vehicles and both these just dumped the radiator in to the oil pan. No warning at all. There are 1000's of these complaints. Need to be recalled!!!! Not just told by gm we have a new type gasket for this now. BS!!!!
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#684007 Review #684007 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Hello, This is to whom it may concern. My name is justin mack I bought a Chevy cruze last April and the day that picked my car up it was filled up by the dealer (because it was bought brand new) as I drove out of the gas station the car stalled out and would not turn...
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#730816

First of all i purchased an brand new Ford Ranger back in 1999 ok.I went to purchase gas a while letter at an EXXON SERVICE STATION ok.As soon as i got ready to get up on the freeway to go home guess what my check engine light popped on.I had know idea what the problem was so i carried my brand new Ford Ranger back to ford where i purchased the vehicle.I told the tech what had happen when i went to purchase more gas and The tech asked me two questions.(1)Did i leave my truck running while filling up.(2)Where did i purchase my gas from.He stated that where ever i purchased my gas from probably had water in their gas and He told me not to get gas there no longer.Upon learning this i have never purchased gas for my vehicle at the EXXON SERVICE STATION and My vehicle check engine light has never came on again.So in saying this maybe where ever you purchased your gas from had water mixed in with the gas causing the check engine light to pop on.Be careful where you purchase your gas from.

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#452413 Review #452413 is a subjective opinion of poster.

General Motors in Rochester, New York - Failer to notify current owners of defects

After 35 yrs of owning GM Vehicles,I Purchased my 2005 GMC Canyon used in 2009 with 68,000 miles, now with 105,567 miles the Valve Issues I have just learned about now because the truck gave a code P0302, After calling GMC they would do nothing for me to help with a Service Bulletin that I never received due to not being the owner in 2008 when the letter was mailed to owners at that time, they dropped the ball on keeping customers informed, My truck exceeded their service bulletin time and mileage. Now I have to go to a dealer and PAY out of my pocket the $4,000 repair, I would of gladly paid a small portion of labor if they covered the parts they screwed up from 2004 thru 2006. THANKS GM
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Anonymous
#608738

You are an *** if you expect integrity,good value and service from Government Motors

Anonymous
#606357

Service bulletins are not recalls! They are not sent to customers.

They are instructions for the mechanics on how to correct an issue. How do you expect GM to notify you if you are not the original owner?

You should have called or visited a dealer when you bought the vehicle to find out if there where any recalls or special coverage. You can't blame anyone else but yourself for not checking into it before.

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#382332 Review #382332 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$4000

General Motors in Rochester, New York - Alignment

I have a 2007 Chevrolet Impala. Since I have owned this car I have had nothing but problems keeping tires on this Vehicle. I rotate every 8000 Miles and still have gone through 3 sets of 225 55 17 Tires which are expensive. I always purchase good tires with a high mileage rating. This Is the first car I ever owned where it cost this much to keep on the road due to tires. I was told buy many repair shops thaty this car has this problem. I want GM to fix and replace the weak parts on this suspension to maintain an alignment.
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#380681 Review #380681 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$800

General Motors in Rochester, New York - 2008 Chevrolet Impala defective spindle rods

Purchased new 2008 Chevrolet Impala. Tires were prematurely worn and were rotated and aligned 3 times. I read an article regarding the replacement of spindle rods in Impalas purchased for police cars. No recall was issued for the remaining 400,000 Impalas. My car now has 27,000+ miles and I am driving on slick tires. It is just wrong that I have to pay for the correction of GM's mistake. The alternative is to have the defect corrected and replace the tires at my expense or just replace the tires and let them wear out again. My GM agency has never received a recall and can do nothing for my situation financially. This is rediculous!
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#341977 Review #341977 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Suzanne M. Nagel is working at Brookwood golf course and receiving GM disability benefits at the same time. I'm pretty sure the company would not like knowing this woman has been earning substantial money while being paid to be off work. I was wondering what the...
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#1089212

I am a friend of Suzie's. There is always a hater in the woodpile.

I can say she was a dear friend, a good mother, and a good companion. Rest in peace Suzie.

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#267632 Review #267632 is a subjective opinion of poster.

General Motors in Rochester, New York - Screwed retire

I retired from GM and between them and U.A.W. they have taken most of our benifits away so to show them they need us i will never buy G.M.or anything the U.A.W. has and advise others to do the same.I hope this gets back to them.We as retires do not have the right to vote on a contract so they(G.M.and U.A.W.) gives us the shaft ,we are the ones that walked the picket for safty and a fair pay but the employs forgot the retires when voting.
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#267031 Review #267031 is a subjective opinion of poster.

General Motors in Rochester, New York - Chevy Cobalt Problems

I have seen lately alot of people complaining about their powersteering in their cobalts and how they had to spend rediculous amounts of money to fix their steering columns because that was the "repair shops" reason for the problem. Well how about seeing that so many cobalts steering columns are are needing to be replaced so much something gets done about it. I mean obviously GM found that the motors were the issue so why is the columns going so much in these cars? I just found out that mine is shot and its only an 06! I love my car dont get me wrong but seriously all the problems that keep happening with these certain modles is outragous and with modern technology i dont see how anything especially a vehicle should have so many problems at such young ages!
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Anonymous
#719467

My steering has been replace 3 times already in the past 4 yrs. If I had know that this car had so many problems, I wouldn't have bought it.

So far, I've replaced the front disk brakes 3 times because the rotors warped (known fact); front bushings twice. And my all time favorite the key getting stuck in the ignition.

The latter one when taken to dealership, has to reproduce the problem. Of course it doesn't happen then.

Sorry, have 2005 Cobalt LS w/54200 mile on it. Drive roughly 5k/yr.

I'm tired of spending money on this piece of ***.

Anonymous
#620556

i have a 2010 and i just got the third steering column put in today one more and i go for the lemon law. get me out of this car :p

Anonymous
#342211

My chevy cobalt is a 2009, bought brand new. Has had the ignition go out, smoke coming from the ac vents, rust on the car, door handles have both broken, power stearing recalls, (many recalls) ..

car is now lunging forward while driving and has been to thw dealership many times and noone can figure out what is wrong with it. Very unsatisfied with my purchase.

Anonymous
#340452

My 2005 Chevy Cobalt crashed on the freeway immediately after my power steering light illuminated. I had no chance to react, the car immediately swerved to the left slamming the car into the guardrail.

The car was totaled and I was injured.

I bought the car new, had it serviced and inspected regularly at the dealership. In January 2008 the dealership replaced the entire steering column and power steering motor.

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#236136 Review #236136 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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