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My floor on the driver side both front and rear is soaked with water. I can also hear water sloshing around when I stop at lights or stop signs. There is no visible leaks that I can find. I do have a moonroof
We had the clunking sound that I have read on some of the reviews. I had taken the car back to the dealership several times as the car smelled like someone had vomited in it. I felt like something was leaking and getting hot.
We were headed to a vacation to Florida from Indiana in January of 2015 and stopped at a rest park and could barely steer the car. A GM dealer in Daytona, Florida was able to repair it. The steering gear was broken and it cost us $1750.00 for the repair and 2 days without a car. We were just out of the warranty with 57,000 miles. When we asked about this problem they said they have never seen this happen. One person actually said it must have been a factory defect.
it keeps tellin me about the hybrid battery having a low charge and something about the electric power generator system. I'm a mechanic but ive never dealt with one of these before and don't understand it. like I seid before it was parked for about 3 to 4 months atleast and I will put a fully charged battery in it and it will drive fine for about 15 to 20 min then it dies but while its running it keeps tellin me about the hybrid battery having a low charge and the electric generator to. I don't remember the codes off the top head but it has to do with the hybrid battery and the electric generator for it
iT REPEATS THE BELL WARNINGS THREE TIMES DURING THE FIRST 20 MINUTES OF DRIVING, THEN STOPS. I'M DUE FOR AN OIL CHANGE NEXT WEEK BUT THATS IT. WHAT'S UP??
Driving is only on paved roads
Is it possible to buy a new remote key FOB and have a GM dealer turn the remote start feature on for this car without buy a remote start kit from GM?
my wife was backing out of the garage and didn't allow the door to fully go up. The bottom of the door hit that "little shark fin thing" and raised it up about 1/2 inch. What is the name of that piece and is it inexpensive to repair?