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Was having problems with the cooling system ended up having to put a engine in the vehicle which cost me 2,017.34 that I had to pay out of pocket.
- Adriene H.,
Clinton, NC, USA
My husband is a mechanic and he thought that there was a connection problem with the battery. We replaced the battery, still overheated. We replaced the sensors, the fuses, still overheated. In one afternoons time, we went through about 5 gallons of coolant, still overheated. Now he is in the shop working on it and replaced the intake valves and head gaskets.....hopefully that is the problem. I have been without a car for almost a month and I am so ticked at Chevrolet. Ever since I got this car 3 years ago, it has given me nothing but heartache. The depreciation in value is ridiculous! If I didn't still owe on my car loan, I would've pushed it off a cliff a long time ago. One thing is for sure, I will never buy another Chevy!
State Road, NC, USA
Frustrating not knowing whether it's really overheating or there is a short in the wiring. There is coolant in the car and everything has been checked several times.
Amherst, NE, USA
I am frustrated with this vehicle that began overheating. I can't use the AC in 100 degree weather. It has engine coolant but will run hot if I turn on the AC.
- Ruthie Y.,
Houston, TX/USA, USA