Do You Think Your Chevrolet Could Be A Lemon?
Are you encountering repeated problems related to the safety, value, and use of your Chevrolet vehicle? Let the experience of the California Lemon Law Specialists work for you. The Law Offices of Delack have been helping California consumers get rid of their California lemons for over 30 years.
Life is too short to be driving a defective Chevrolet vehicle! If you think your Chevy could be a lemon, contact the Law Offices of Barry L. Edzant for a free consultation with an experienced California lemon law attorney. Get rid of your lemon today!
- Chevy Aveo
- Chevy Blazer
- Chevy Bolt EV
- Chevy Camaro
- Chevy Cobalt
- Chevy Colorado
- Chevy Corvette
- Chevy Cruze
- Chevy Equinox
- Chevy Express
- Chevy HHR
- Chevy Impala
- Chevy Malibu
- Chevy Silverado
- Chevy Sonic
- Chevy Spark
- Chevy Suburban
- Chevy Tahoe
- Chevy Traverse
- Chevy Trax
- Chevy Venture
- Chevy Volt
The most often reported Chevrolet problems and symptoms include:
door locks and security,
excessive oil consumption,
heating and cooling,
ignition switch problems,
and the windshield wiper motor.
The models most affected by these problems include Avalanche, Aveo, Blazer, Bolt EV, Camaro, Cobalt, Colorado, Corvette, Cruze, Equinox, Express, HHR, Impala, Malibu, Silverado, Sonic, Spark, Suburban, Tahoe, Traverse, Trax, Venture and Volt.
Chevrolets automatic transmissions, installed in certain 2015-2019 model year vehicles, has been receiving complaints about a defect that makes vehicles hesitate and shudder when accelerating or slowing down. Owners say friction within the torque converter is causing premature internal wear that leads to the eventual failure of the transmission. The vehicles affected include:
- 2015-2019 Chevrolet Silverado
- 2017-2019 Chevrolet Colorado
- 2015-2019 Chevrolet Corvette
- 2016-2019 Chevrolet Camaro
from Chevrolet 5.3L engines, found in certain 2014-2019 Chevy Silverado
trucks, has owners concerned with the reliability of their vehicles. Drivers say the noise is most prevalent at startup and after an oil change. The problem can be as simple as low oil or bad spark plugs, but the most common source of engine ticking problems involve worn valvetrain components.
A defect in the air conditioning design in 2015-2018 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe
vehicles has owners returning to their dealerships for repeated repairs. It is believed that internal pressure changes cause hoses to prematurely deteriorate, often causing damage to the condenser and compressor within the system. In addition to expensive repairs and long waiting times for parts, owners allege that new parts are still faulty and will eventually prematurely wear.
Seat problems are common with the Chevrolet Cruze. 2016-2017 Chevy Cruze
models were recalled for incorrectly welded brackets in the driver and front passenger seat back mechanism, but complaints cover all model years. Other common complaints include: seat backs that do not lock into position, seat airbags fail to deploy and electrical problems.
Electrical problems is a common complaint of many 2016 Chevrolet Camaro.
Below are the top 5 electrical complaints:
- Keys get stuck in the ignition.
- Radio turns on and off by it self.
- Battery prematurely dies and needs to be replaced.
- The engine will not start.
- Complete loss of electrical power.
The 2015 Chevrolet Trax
has the highest number of recalls and complaint of all the Chevy Trax model years. The transmission, steering and bakes are at the top of the complaints list. Drivers say they experience brake surging, the transmission shudders when shifting, loss of power steering and unexpected rolling when parked on a slight hill.
If your Chevrolet is experiencing substantial and repeated, or safety related, problems, the California Lemon Law may help you have your vehicle repurchased and get your money back.
Your first step toward getting rid of your Chevrolet lemon is to complete and submit the short form above or call the Law Offices of Barry L. Edzant and Associates for a FREE California Lemon Law case review at 888-EX-Lemon (1-888-395-3666).