Check Engine light came on with no further information
leak due to gasket failure with water pump??
Water pump failure caused engine overheating and sensor burnout
Check engine light was staying lit and temp sensor was in the hot area. Dealer recommended replacing sensor and water pump. After 2 & 1/2 hours of dealer checking it out, temp was in normal range. No work was performed.
Removed and replaced leaking water outlet. Removed and replaced leaking coolant air bleed hose. Replaced coolant. Removed and replaced both variable timing control actuators.
Water Pump Assy leaking, then replaced
Fuel Line Leaking
Thermostat failed.EMC had to be reprogrammed. I had to dispute $110.00 "Diagnostic" charge to GM/Chevy customer service to get waived for something I later found out should have been covered under longer warranty plan.
water pump leaked, replaced
Ever since recall for thermostat and water pump was replaced under warranty in the warmer months the fan would turn off and on in rapid succession. When I may mention of this to dealer service told it was normal
Coolant was leaking from mounting bolts on water pump. Dealer replaced pump and thermostat.
coolant smell outside the vehicle. Did pressure test, they said there was a slight leak around the thermostat, did the repair, still stinks.
Chevy customer service suggested I take car back in to investigate coolant smell. They had it for two days, no luck.
Water pump failed...again. Second one replaced in about a year or so.
Valve cover gasket leak causing rough idle. Gasket was replaced.
Slight leak of coolant coming out of the hose that goes from the engine to the reservoir. Not major by any means, but decided to take care of it because it did create a smell.
valve cover seal replaced
Overheated after a hard stop at red traffic light. They replaced the thermostat and fixed a leak in the cooling system. This is the third time they replaced the thermostat since I had the car
Replaced the car with a Subaru. The Subaru dealer told me the car FAILED their dealer inspection (needed about $4k in work) to be sold as a used car on their lot, and they will take it to auction instead. Shame on GM, the car didn't even last 3 years!
obd 2 code P1101 MAF ??? fuel cap broke
coolant pump and gasket, thermostat body and gasket,coolant hose replaced, leaking thermostat body, cracked and leaking and a hose replaced
P1101 code dealer wants $800 for a throttle body and intake manifold to continue testing the code. (NOT)rnsmoke test negative. throttle body was not cleaned.
Thermostat housing needed replacement because of a leak.
Clicking noise. Dealer replaced valve cover, intake manifold, front crank seal and PCV valve.
Heat from turbo exhaust melted plastic valve cover
Car was overheating. Water pump went out again! 2nd Time!! I didn't have to pay the first time because of under warranty. The second time didn't have to pay either even though mileage was over 100,000. GM decided to pay. Hmmm??? Valve cover gasket leaking. $200.00 payment for this! Water oulet/hose leaking that runs antifreeze from reservior to the engine. Another $220.00. Not good!!
I am on my SECOND waterpump since I've owned the car. Also had the thermostat replaced and a problem with the freeze plug.
Leaking water pump. Replaced under warranty.
Water pump replaced under warrenty
Coolant reservoir replaced
Leaking Water Pump caused total loss of coolant.
antifreeze smell in cabin. dealer replaced the heater core. 3rd repair on this system and it failed. Gm doing buyback.
Water pump was leaking coolant. Water pump was replaced
Noticed some fume type smells from AC vents sometimes when coming to a stop.
Water pump replacement.
Water pump seal failure caused coolant loss
Engine blown. Known problem with head repaired under warranty
Smell from heater core leakage
Cracked plastic upper water outlet
Another failure of cooling system due to high design water pressure. This time hoses wore out plus a plastic water outlet cracked. Every piece of cooling system has been replaced now! All under powertrain warranty luckily...
Check engine light on, no trouble found
Leaking thermostat housing, repair delayed due to lack of gasket for thermostat housing.
Check engine light came on, otherwise there was no noticeable problem. Dealership replaced the turbocharger.
Check engine light came on due to loose gas cap. Shop tightened cap, reset the light, and no further issues.
Coolant was low, dealer found leak at water pump bolts.. Waterpump, seal, and thermostat replaced. Repaired under warranty, TSB on the problem followed.
Water pump is leaking again. GM To install newly designed part.
This is now the third time the water pump has been replaced.
Leak traced to a cut in a rad hose that likely went undetected the whole time.
Car gave p0420 code. Dealer replaced cat converter.
Hesitation and a noise like a belt slipping. Dealer reported spark plug 2 was loose.
Water pump was leaking. Pump was replaced for free under power-train warranty. Repair took 2 days as the pump was not in stock.
Turbo & down pipe, cylinder head and pistons & rings all replaced
Coolant smell inside car when heater running.
Code p0690 downloaded updated program
Coolant leak. Replaced seal in the engine turbo coolant heat exchanger
Coolent smell after driving and shudder down
Fuel cap seal porous. Replaced and tested evap system.
Codes P0171/106/1101 Vacuum Leak at engine valve cover. replaced valve cover. Could drive the car, however needed to put in neutral and maintain very small amount of pressure on gas pedal to keep running to some degree due to low idle.
Overheating, melted thermostat, warped head, damaged piston rings and valves. Three trips totaling 10 days in the shop.
Check Engine Light, Service Battery Charging System within the first 100 miles. Dealership replaced ignition coils. Same warnings + Service Traction Control System at 120 miles. Dealership took car back and provided a new one. "Reboot" computer to clear PL351 & PL354 engine misfire calibration update codes after CEL appeared on the freeway.
Check engine light for slow EVAP leak. Replaced the gas cap.