Transmission was suffering from an intermittent harsh shift between gears 1-2. Technician cleaned up a valve in the transmission valve body. The problem was lessened, but it still does it less frequently. The dealer will be apprised.
It jerks forward while driving. They adjusted a sensor again!
Gear shifts from drive to neutral while driving. Lounges forward when it shifts.
The gear shifter was slipping out of gear. Whole gearshift was replaced.
Replace Torque Converter Hub Seal because it was leaking
Torque converter seal was leaking. They removed and replaced the seal, after removing the whole transmission. They also did an alignment. I wonder if it's connected to having had a rebuilt transmission when the new car was 3 months old.
Transmission fluid still leaking after the repair in October. Evidently, they didn't complete the job. They removed the side axle from transmission and replaced the seal. Still not sure if the transmission is working 100%
Vehicle would not back up on a grade then the engine would rev and a loud clunking sound was heard. It slowly progressed even in forward gears. I took it to a Honda dealer and traded it for an Accord after I left the Chevy dealer.
I suspect transmission was going out as car jerked when shifting gears--had 36,366 Miles. Warranty ran out at 36,000.
Transmission failed and required rebuild. Repair covered under manufacturer drive train warranty.
35R clutch wave plate snapped and needed to be replaced.
Transmission had to be rebuilt.
Catistrophic failure of transmission. No forward drive. Repacement needed. Under warrantee but confidence in vehicle severly damaged.
Transmission shifting erratically and sometimes not shifting into certain gears. Determined the 3-5-R wave plate was bad and caused problems so the transmission had to be replaced.
Transmission bullentins. Reprogram PCM and TCM
Electric switch in gear selector
Leak in transmission line
All of the repairs covered by my about to be expired warranty were carried out. I decided to wait and do the transmission oil leak and the rear brakes elsewhere. I have never had such long use of my tires and brakes in any of my cars
Trans leaking. Suspect tech((?) didn't do proper procedure when unit was serviced weeks ago. Dealer identified it does have a leak, topped off system with a dye to pin point the leak after driving 1K miles. Suggested it's the front pump.
Transmission leaking fluid trans pulled all seals replaced. 300 miles on repair. No leaks at this time
Replaced leaking front right inner axle seal. This is the third time this has been replaced. About every 40,000 miles or so.
Transmission failure. Required rebuild. GM paid 2/3 of cost.
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.
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...
Vehicle was making a grinding, rubbing noise. Replaced two u joints and the carrier bearing.
Transmission cooling lines were leaking and it was reported by the company that did my oil change. Took to repair shop and both lines (in and out) had to be replaced.
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.
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.
K5267 - LINES, TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER - BOTH - REPAIR OR REPLACE
Driveshaft Center Support Bearing separated from rubber isolator. Replaced Bearing and U-Joints.
transmission coolant lines cracked at the 90 bend on the frame...had to be replaced.
Replaced the center drive shaft hanger/bearing c/w u joint. I had been warned a few months back that it would soon need replacing. After a slight shake was noticed at highway speeds I went in for the repairs.
Center drive shaft bearing and rear diff were bad.
Ordered hanger bearing for next service.
Hangar bearing k SP 056000 Factory Part # 25775162 was replaced. 2 hours replacement time.