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GM Problems - Are You Having Problems With Your GM Car, Truck or SUV?

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con_tiki

Burlington, Canada

#1 May 31, 2007
GM Problems - Are You Having Problems With Your GM Car, Truck or SUV?
How many times in the past two years has your GM car, truck or SUV been in the shop for repairs? Are you spending more time in a rental vehicle or a "loaner" from the dealer then you are in your own vehicle? Have you picked up your vehicle from the dealer only to find out that they couldn't duplicate or fix your vehicle's problem? We can help you gain the satisfaction you deserve from your GM car, truck or SUV.

This site is designed to provide information about GM automobiles and some of the reported complaints by those driving them.

Does your GM, GMC, Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile or Pontiac car, truck or SUV suffer from any of the following problems?

Piston Slap, loud knocking or excessive engine noise?
Excessive oil and fuel consumption?
Headlight or interior lights flickering or dimming?
Brakes squealing or grinding?
Brake rotors rusting, pitting or warping?
Brake or rotor replacement within 12,000 miles of your last replacement?
Water leaking into your passenger cabin?
Memory Seat Problems?
If you have experienced any of the above symptoms, you should know that most state and Federal consumer lemon laws or warranty laws provide a right to a refund or a new car in any situation where the use, value or safety has been substantially affected. Certainly the above problems can be distracting at best, or lead to disastrous consequences at worst. That consumers can obtain free legal representation from skilled and experienced consumer lemon law attorneys for such claims is also a little known fact. Why settle for excuses and aggravation anymore?

If you would like to know whether or not a legitimate claim for recovery under the lemon law is available to you, take a moment to read through this web site or contact any of the attorneys listed. There is no cost or fee for doing so.
hmmm

Louisville, KY

#2 May 31, 2007
The Japanese automaker may recall Tundras equipped with 5.7-liter V-8s to replace the engines, a company spokesman said Wednesday.

The trouble with the Tundra's 5.7-liter engines, the most powerful engine available on the new pickup, is the latest in a series of recalls and problems that have dented Toyota's reputation
ben berlinsky

Phillips, WI

#3 May 31, 2007
Driving 2 gm vehicles now, a silverado with 266k miles, suburban at 155k, and the suburban has been in the shop last week for an oil change, thats been it. neither were ever towed, broken down, or taken back.

The list of my reliable GM vehicles could go on and on and on...

“#1 Autos Editor”

Since: Apr 07

Plano, TX

#4 May 31, 2007
hmmm wrote:
The Japanese automaker may recall Tundras equipped with 5.7-liter V-8s to replace the engines, a company spokesman said Wednesday.
The trouble with the Tundra's 5.7-liter engines, the most powerful engine available on the new pickup, is the latest in a series of recalls and problems that have dented Toyota's reputation
hmmm, I really like your posts, this just shows how all cars have quality issues. There is no such thing as a perfect car, and Toyo quality is going down at an alarming rate, while domestics are getting better than ever. AND GUESS WHAT CON-TIKI, IT IS ALREADY ABOVE IMPORTS IN MANY CASES.... YES, I SAID ABOVE!!!
Charlie

Dallas, TX

#5 May 31, 2007
Yes true, Domestics are much better than the little ricer cars. toy grew fast, and now their quality is equal to a chinese product.
Pam

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Jul 26, 2007
My headlights flicker off and on while driving this is dangerous and scary...... help anyone:-
GMisBEST

Westlock, Canada

#7 Jul 26, 2007
lay off with the stoopid troling CONman-tiki
GM is way above any jap shyt in quality and performance.
see the vids on
www.caranddriver.com and www.pickuptruck.com about how badly Toyoyo truck chasis FLEXES and shakes driving on the bumpy test track while GM frame is solid as a ROCK,and how crappy ToyoBlundra gets stuck crossing a litle slippery ditch while Chevy gets over it with EASE,
in 2 wheel drive no less!!!
so blow it up your a@@ already dumbo,youre giving canadians bad name
con_tiki

Burlington, Canada

#10 Jul 27, 2007
GM Problems - Are You Having Problems With Your GM Car, Truck or SUV?
How many times in the past two years has your GM car, truck or SUV been in the shop for repairs? Are you spending more time in a rental vehicle or a "loaner" from the dealer then you are in your own vehicle? Have you picked up your vehicle from the dealer only to find out that they couldn't duplicate or fix your vehicle's problem? We can help you gain the satisfaction you deserve from your GM car, truck or SUV.

This site is designed to provide information about GM automobiles and some of the reported complaints by those driving them.

Does your GM, GMC, Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile or Pontiac car, truck or SUV suffer from any of the following problems?

Piston Slap, loud knocking or excessive engine noise?
Excessive oil and fuel consumption?
Headlight or interior lights flickering or dimming?
Brakes squealing or grinding?
Brake rotors rusting, pitting or warping?
Brake or rotor replacement within 12,000 miles of your last replacement?
Water leaking into your passenger cabin?
Memory Seat Problems?
If you have experienced any of the above symptoms, you should know that most state and Federal consumer lemon laws or warranty laws provide a right to a refund or a new car in any situation where the use, value or safety has been substantially affected. Certainly the above problems can be distracting at best, or lead to disastrous consequences at worst. That consumers can obtain free legal representation from skilled and experienced consumer lemon law attorneys for such claims is also a little known fact. Why settle for excuses and aggravation anymore?

If you would like to know whether or not a legitimate claim for recovery under the lemon law is available to you, take a moment to read through this web site or contact any of the attorneys listed. There is no cost or fee for doing so

“Assignment change”

Since: Jul 07

United States

#13 Jul 29, 2007
Ben B wrote:
no my gms have never had problems.
You need to go get on a talk show man!

“#1 Autos Editor”

Since: Apr 07

Plano, TX

#14 Aug 1, 2007
Hondata wrote:
<quoted text>
You need to go get on a talk show man!
You cant generalize. You think that Japs NEVER break, but GMs ALWAYS break, this is not true.

“Assignment change”

Since: Jul 07

Long Beach, NY

#15 Aug 1, 2007
Kern wrote:
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You cant generalize. You think that Japs NEVER break, but GMs ALWAYS break, this is not true.
I never said that you push the issue with your import comments.
bwells

New York, NY

#16 Aug 6, 2007
2007 GMC seirra classic4 door 4x4, had it in at 3000 miles for service and to check for clunking noise if something loose when shifting, just started to make noise 9nothing found), now have 6000 miles took it back in clunking noise real bad when upshifts or down shifts, so bad friends riding in trunk say sounds like transmission going bad.Dealer test drove today said noise is bad look on GMC service bullitin, bullitin stated some GMC seira might develope clunking when shifting no repair for this just pay 33,000 for new truck and live with it.noted problem does not happen to all. My truck is used as 2nd auto has not even towed anything, what a peice of junk I have had 4 GMC trucks since 99 and 1 suv also am director of PHA where we have 13 trucks and vans many GMC. If this is how GM treats it loyal customers I have no problem taking them off bidders list for trucks and vans and sharing this info with all the executive director nation wide for public housing.
k-man

AOL

#18 Aug 13, 2007
Hondata wrote:
<quoted text>
You need to go get on a talk show man!
that makes so much sense u are a jew. your hate american cars.
con_tiki

Burlington, Canada

#19 Aug 13, 2007
k-man wrote:
<quoted text>that makes so much sense u are a jew. your hate american cars.
And k-man you are a racist!!

“Assignment change”

Since: Jul 07

Thermal, CA

#20 Aug 13, 2007
k-man wrote:
<quoted text>that makes so much sense u are a jew. your hate american cars.
No, Im not Jewish, but you have problems. Whats wrong with being Jewish? You are a muslim I guess? Or maybe a nut job or something..........

“Assignment change”

Since: Jul 07

Thermal, CA

#22 Aug 14, 2007
Tommy wrote:
Poor con_tiki from Canada. He till doesnÂ’t have a second page on this thread.
Well here you go, I am about to post and give you another page on a stupid candyass thread. Now go to bed, and dream of men in big trucks queer.
More kid actions, what grade you in 5th?
Silverado

Lake Worth, FL

#23 Aug 29, 2007
On test drive there was a vibration between 45 to 55 MPH, in curves at a lower speed it has this same vibration.
Then we hit a little small broken pavement in the road and the truck jumps all over the place!
If driven from payment to concrete or a bumpy road the truck will dance and shake.

Gas mileage is a joke if not an out right lie.
We tested the gas mileage in several ways but, keep getting the same results. In town, the best gas to the cheapest gas was only 12 MPG. On the Highway, our biggest accomplishment was at 17 MPG.
General Motors said the estimated sticker mileage quote was just a theoretical statement.

Not Happy Camper!
Silverado

Lake Worth, FL

#24 Aug 29, 2007
GM is way below any jap shyt in quality and performance. See my 2007 Silverado and how badly the chasis FLEXES and shakes driving on the bumpy or concrete road. This GM frame is solid as bamboo, and crappy Gas millage this truck gets.
My Chevy Silverado really sucks.

“" the original con_tiki " ”

Since: Aug 07

Oakville, Ontario, Canada

#25 Aug 29, 2007
Silverado wrote:
GM is way below any jap shyt in quality and performance. See my 2007 Silverado and how badly the chasis FLEXES and shakes driving on the bumpy or concrete road. This GM frame is solid as bamboo, and crappy Gas millage this truck gets.
My Chevy Silverado really sucks.
Don't let Ben B read this as he might think different about his Chevy Silverado.......

If it was me buying a truck it would be the Toyota Tundra, a better quality vehicle with a better reliability record......

“" the original con_tiki " ”

Since: Aug 07

Oakville, Ontario, Canada

#28 Aug 31, 2007
Silverado wrote:
On test drive there was a vibration between 45 to 55 MPH, in curves at a lower speed it has this same vibration.
Then we hit a little small broken pavement in the road and the truck jumps all over the place!
If driven from payment to concrete or a bumpy road the truck will dance and shake.
Gas mileage is a joke if not an out right lie.
We tested the gas mileage in several ways but, keep getting the same results. In town, the best gas to the cheapest gas was only 12 MPG. On the Highway, our biggest accomplishment was at 17 MPG.
General Motors said the estimated sticker mileage quote was just a theoretical statement.
Not Happy Camper!
Silverado says it like it really is......

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