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Chevrolet Traverse Problems Try Drivers’ Patience

December 06, 2013 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Lemon Law, chevrolet

While General Motors generally maintains a solid reputation for qualify vehicles, we have seen a number of calls on the 1 800 LEMON LAW hotline from Chevrolet Traverse drivers who have been dealing with a barrage of different issues.

Chevrolet Traverse problems have ranged from airbag lights to HVAC problems, traction control issues,  on-star and bluetooth defects with calls dropping, steering and alignment issues, fuel injector leaks, water leaks, transmission slipping, no start and loss of power issues, and trunks not closing properly.

If  your Traverse is giving you troubles, make sure you bring it to the attention of your GM Dealership’s service department.  It is also imperative that you receive a repair invoice each and every time you bring the vehicle in for service.  Just because these repairs are covered under warranty does not mean you should not receive paperwork.  And try not to allow the dealer to keep repair tickets open or offer to send you the documents.  Ideally, you want to keep a file on your own.  If you cannot obtain the documents, you should be keeping a log of date, mileage, problem, and fix for each visit.  This information will help cement a solid claim under State and Federal Laws.

Depending on the severity of your Chevrolet Traverse problems and your mileage, remedies could include a complete refund, a brand new vehicle, or significant monetary compensation and continued ownership of your Traverse.  Best of all, under these Laws, legal help is completely cost-free.

If you feel your Traverse is causing you nothing but trouble, feel free to fill out our Get Rid of Your Lemon form.  We will be glad to review your situation and determine and we can help.

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3 Responses to “Chevrolet Traverse Problems Try Drivers’ Patience”

  1. #1 Lishia says:

    I just bought a 2011 silverado, and it is having it’s 2 pistons taken out, and it is only 1wk with me, now I do’t trust the dealer, was talking to other dealer they never heard of taking out the 2 pistons to soak and clean and put back in

  2. #2 ZACK HOYRST says:

    I bought a 2009 Traverse in March 2014 and have been putting money in it every since. I would like to speak to someone about this LEMON ASAP.

  3. #3 LemonLaw says:

    @Zach: Visit and fill out your info for review.

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