HVAC on Auto setting had a mind of its own. HVAC would switch from hot to cold and back again without input. GM had issued a TSB but only reflashed the computer when owner complained.
Air would only blow from the vents (no floor or defrost air flow). Problem ended up being the actuators that moved the flaps directing air to the different openings.
Automatic climate control would not maintain constant temperature.
Check engine, airbag, and tire pressure light came on. Tach stopped working. Loose fuse/power block tightened and torqued down.
Airbag warning light stay on all the time.
Seat belt light came on again (unrelated to all previous issues). Code B0015, Faulty seat belt buckle assembly. Replaced left front sealt belt pretensioner.
Block heater cord caught in pulley/belt system
Problem with the wiring behind the center stack for the HVAC blower motor. Mechanic tested everything else and determined that it must be a wiring problem so he suggested taking it to a GM dealership. A broken wire was preventing the blower from working. This was repaired at the dealer with most of the cost being the labor to take apart the dashboard to get at the wiring.
rain sensing wipers broken, intermittent wipers broken, wiper blades park in wrong location
washer sprayer stopped spraying partially fixed fixed with
new wiper arms
new column switch
new washer sprayer hose
Strong bad/moldy odor while using air conditioner compressor. An after-blower part was installed.
Faulty battery replacement. Dealer stated that there were some defective cells within the battery - which is why it would start sometimes, but require a jump start other times.
Windshield wiper motor shorted out. Not working consistently (running when they shouldn't, or not working when they should).
Tire pressure sensor has gone bad. Shows that the car has low pressure all the time.
CD player in radio not working; new radio ordered. Defective radio/CD player replaced.
windshield wiper motor failed
Rear door would not unlock when cold outside. It was a faulty door lock mechanism.
Rear door would not unlock when cold outside. It was a faulty door lock mechanism. Fuel tank was not showing full when tank was full. Replaced both (all) sending units. Successful repair. CO2 Sensor failed after Fuel gauge repair (Check engine light). Sensor replaced.
After repairing emission sensor, mechanic encountered NUMEROUS computer problems. Problems were severe enough to warrant complete wiring tracing. Nothing was completed as of this input due to trading this vehicle in for another exactly like it , ...
The night before a scheduled oil change, the ABS, TCS and ESP lights came on and the AWD light was flashing. Vechicle part never came in. The dealer replaced the wheel sensor from another vehicle on the lot. We needed vechicle fixed because we were driving on a long trip the next morning. Lights were off when vehicle was picked up, but lights came on again ... On closer inspection, dealer found the wiring was poorly routed too close to the engine pulleys. The wire(s) had worn through and was shorting intermittently. Dealer moved wires and spliced to fix. Problem has not come back to date. On closer inspection, dealer found the wiring was poorly routed too close to the engine pulleys. The wire(s) had worn through and were shorting intermittently. Dealer moved wires and spliced to fix. Problem has not come back to date.
TPMS module bad in one of the tires.
Suddenly the battery is drained.car need jumber cabl to start could not replecate problem, the audio system is completely down, I have this problem since I bought the car, not willing to replace the radio because no sure what is the problem
Tire pressure sensor. While I was driving the signal of the tire pressure started flashing for one minute and the remained. I need to replace the sensor
Purchase 09/08/08. Week 2 engine light, OnStar diagnostics said no problem, light did not go out, dealer reset, said loose gas cap. Week 3 door molding loose, dash not illuminated in day & no compass, seat loose, dealer fixed & said dash ok
Starter solenoid malfunction
Battery weak Body Control Module
Heater core leaking. Replace heater core
Driver's power seat was blowing fuse. Isolated problem to motor that moves front part up/down only. Wiring checked out ok. Replaced with higher amp fuse b/c motor is near impossible to replace on its own.
Rear gate latch will not unlock using key fob or power lock button, only relocking and unlock works. Sometimes requires multiple attemps.
Rear gate latch will not unlock using key fob or power lock button. Switch ordered.
Check engine light, air bag light and low tire pressure lights all on. Not turn signal flash or click inside, outside working. Turned off car removed key restarted same problem showed service advisor. Once the tech looked at it, later no problem.
Cd in player quit in the middle of a song-would not eject-fortunately close to dealer when it happened. After powering down vehicle and restarting, player once again functioned and disc ejected without incident. The player has worked ok since.
CD/radio replaced after previous CD eject problem reoccurred.
Cruise control too jerky with transmission; new software upgrade repaired the problem, although it took a few hours to get the vehicle's computer to accept it.
Compass failed. A software update repaired the problem.
The lighted portion of the radio that shows station, song, etc becomes intermittantly dull and thus not readable. The dealer has no idea how to fix it so he replaced the radio. He also broke the door handle and speaker while doing the repair
My Battery was dead. I got a jump and took my car to Merchants tire and Auto. I purchased a new battery, they did not charge me the environmental fee, because I told them I was unemployed.
Fuel tank sensor failed (emission system)
Drivers Airbag Coil failure due to minor accident. Airbag light would not shut off
Fuse block in engine compartment severely corroded, cause check engine faults.
Replaced driver side seat heating element.
Seat heater element and control board replaced. Not properly repaired, went back two more times in a week. First didn't properly program module, then burned seat foam. So don't get seat heaters repaired when it is warm outside!
Cruise control became more erratic Power seat repair.
AC fan motor
Wipers were making a "thumping" sound when running. It was determined on a previous trip the wiper motor was loose and bolts were stripped. Parts ordered and this trip was to replace part.
Rain sensing wipers were no longer sensing the amount of rain on windshield. Either the wipers would engage when there was no rain or the wipers would not start when driving in rain.
Dealership ordered sensor. Dealership replaced sensor, but it did not resolve the problem with my wipers. Another appointment to research problem with wipers, service manager decided to try and replace the switch to see if it resolves the problem. Ordered switch. Switch replaced for wipers, it was determined the electrical wiring in existing switch had shorts in it, and a new switch was replaced.
AC was freezing up, valve replaced and system recharged.
Driver's side sun visor's wiring problem that almost caught on fire. Interior lights began to work intermittently and metal rod that holds the visor was hot to the touch.
The outside temperature thermometer didn't work. A software update fixed the problem. No charge.
Air would only come from dash vents, no matter where I set the dial. Also, AC sometimes blew warm. There was a software update that fixed this problem.
air bag light kept coming on showing air bags not working.
Air conditioning had O-ring failed system leaked freon.
TPMS failed in Drivers Front Wheel.
Electrical system shut off during driving. Dealer found a service bulletin about new software for the BMC and installed it.
Radio: CD player was either skipping or would play for a random amount of time and quit. FM radio stations would fade out even when within sight (less than 100 feet) of transmitting tower.
Re-wired for sensors in dash. Sensors OK.
A/C not working, only blows warm air. Diagnostic visit only. Repaired at a later date.. A/C condenser replaced,
Low beam headlight replaced
After "bumping" wiper on, wiper would not shutdown and stalk control had no effect. Removed wiper motor fuse, replaced fuse and problem disappeared. Dealer could not replicate.
TPM sensor shows intermittant failure. Dealer relearned sensors (since tire rotation had occurred). Problem returned after dealer's attempt to repair.
TPS sensors were changed (2 of 4 sensors likely had battery issues due to age).