We’ve all been there before. Driving down the highway without a care in the world when all of a sudden, a light pops up on the dashboard. You groan, knowing that you’ll have to put air in your tires or get under the hood to add oil, washer fluid, or antifreeze. But what if the warning lights are constantly flashing on your vehicle? The 1 800 LEMON LAW hotline is abuzz from drivers complaining of constant Chevrolet Silverado dashboard warning lights flashing in their vehicles unexpectedly and repetitively.
One of our favorite websites, CarComplaints has tracked numerous complaints from drivers experiencing constant Chevrolet Silverado dashboard warnings, whether the car is parked or moving. According to complaints, the flashing lights are bright, distracting, and cause drivers to take their eyes off the road to look at the panel. One driver from Sturtevant, WI posted that they have noticed the dash warnings occur more frequently in cold weather.Sources says that GM is aware of this issue, possibly since Fall 2018, but it appears there is no permanent solution to the problem.
If you are experiencing constant flashing Chevrolet Silverado dashboard warning lights, be sure to arrange for a service appointment with an authorized Chevrolet dealer as soon as possible. If feasible, you may also want to take a video of the issue to show your adviser.
And if you find that after repetitive visits to address the flashing Chevrolet Silverado dashboard warning lights, the matter is still not resolved, you are protected under state and federal laws. If you have been back to a Chevrolet dealership multiple times under warranty for the same problem or your vehicle has been out of service for an extended period of time, you have the right to seek resolution; which could mean monetary compensation, a full refund, or a new vehicle. And best of all, under these laws, the representation is completely cost-free.
We have helped many drivers distracted by flashing Chevrolet Silverado dashboard warning lights and we can help you too. Fill out our Get Rid of Your Lemon form or call 1 800 LEMON LAW (1 800 536 6652) for assistance. We will gladly review your situation and see if and how we can get you back on the road to recovery.