391 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Chevrolet Traverse. 67 of these members
(17.1%) have reported suspension repairs for their car.
A total of 100 suspension repairs to Chevrolet Traverses--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Rubbing type noise was in the steering wheel when turned. Mech. replaced steering shaft but problem was still there. Chevrolet tech line told dealer to replace steering rack problem, solved at this point.
The front right shock absorber would rattle at low speed over bumps. Shock replaced and problem solved.
Replaced the right front stabilizer bar end link
Rear wheel bearing was loose and seized, required a lot of work to remove.
Had a rattle in the front drivers side of Traverse they tried lubricating the strut worked for about a week. They then replaced a strut boot. Did not work. They finally replaced the complete strut and mount. Problem solved for now.
Moaning in power steering. P/Strg pump ordered, not problem, in my opinion as a retired GM manager.
Heard a noise from the steering column. Was told there was a recall notice issued by GM on replacing the steering rack. The car has been in the shop for over 7 days due to the technicians not being able to bleed the air out of the system.
For the 2nd time in less than a year, I had the steering gear replaced. Also had the steering pump replaced as it was making a noise.
The steering rack was leaking and needed to be replaced. GM paid 75% of the costs due to this being a recurring issue on the car.