2010 Chevrolet Traverse Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
- When I crank my car when cold and drive down the road the transmission slips.
- is it Normal for this Auto transmission to Roll backwards on Inclines?
- How much R134a I have to put in for Chevrolet 2010 Traverse?
- My front row vents dont blow cold or hot air but the back seats do.
- does this module need to be programed
2010 Chevrolet Traverse Problems
Vehicles with a 6speed automatic transmission may develop one or more of the following faults related to a broken 35R clutch wave plate inside the transmission: Illumination of the Check Engine Light with code P0716, P0776, P0717, P0777, P2714, P2715, and/or P02723, loss of reverse gear, slipping or harsh 3rd or 5th gear shift. Removal and dis-assembly of the transmission will be required to replace the broken 35R wave plate. It is also extremely important that all debris from the failed part be cleaned from the transmission while it is disassembled in order to try and prevent future problems.
2010 Chevrolet Traverse Questions
Bought Used w/ Factory Warranty. Took to dealer and they say it is Normal, "Nature of the Beast" they said. So is it?
How much R134a I have to put in for Chevrolet 2010 Traverse?
When going to a business in California that specializes in oil changes (Jiffy Lube, etc), is a written estimate of the work to be done required? If even for just an oil change? I've been told yes and no, and am looking for clarity. Thanks.
2010 Chevrolet Traverse Recalls
In the affected vehicles, there is a flexible steel steel cable that connects the seatbelt buckle to the front seat frame. Over time the cable may fatigue and separate. If the steel cable separates, the seatbelt may not properly restrain the seat occupant, increasing the risk of an injury in a crash. Dealers will inspect and replace the affected seatbelt buckles (lap pretensioners) to correct this concern.
Increased resistance in the front seat mounted side impact air bag (SIAB) wiring harness can result in the SIAB and seat belt pretensioners not deploying as expected in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of personal injury. Dealers will replace the affected harness connections with soldered connections to correct this concern.
When moving the seats from a flat to upright position, the second row seat belt buckle may bind on the second row seat trim shield. This could prevent proper operation and securing of the safety belt, which would increase the risk of injury to an occupant. Dealers will modify the second row seat trim shields. The GM recall number is N100243. This recall began on August 18, 2010.