639 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Chevrolet Equinox. 38 of these members
(5.9%) have reported transmission repairs for their car.
A total of 59 transmission repairs to Chevrolet Equinoxes--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Major drivetrain problem, my AWD is now FWD. Cost for parts to repair was $1600 plus, unable to rebuild the driveshaft due to it being a very non-standard design. My repair shop says he knows 3 other former AWD driving around as FWD...
U joint went out and dropped the drive shaft while driving down the highway @ 55 miles an hour causing the drive shaft to split the rear end in two. Chevy say's the drive train isn't under warranty anymore! Repairs are going to cost $3,700. No money!
Rearend ran dry on grease causing the gears to lock up and crack the housing, damaging the driveshaft and both rear axles.
Tried to isolate bearing noise in drive train. Appears to be in passenger side of transmission. 35mph or more showed bearing noise. Not CV joints, wheel bearing or intermediate shaft, the shaft was replaced and problem noise still there.
K5267 - LINES, TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER - BOTH - REPAIR OR REPLACE
Driveshaft Center Support Bearing separated from rubber isolator. Replaced Bearing and U-Joints.
Ordered hanger bearing for next service.
Hangar bearing k SP 056000 Factory Part # 25775162 was replaced. 2 hours replacement time.
AWD system grinding when it engages. Dealer says let's change the diff fluid and see if that cures it. That problem came back in 2 weeks. 105.00 I will take it back for the rear diff and the steering shaft in 2 wks.
drive shaft hanger bearing replaced
Centre support bearing and yoke for the driveshaft.