Not the tranny's fault your line fell off. I put 3 hose clamps on each end were the hose goes over the metal line. This truck has been a total nightmare and we will never have anything good to say about our experience with our Chevy truck. Your actual range may vary based on several factors including temperature, terrain, and conditions. Converter and pump cover shot. There were no other major issues with the truck. But maybe it could come with running boards as factory item already on it.
It's a 4 bounce suspension off road, incapable of controlling the front end in off road conditions. But the upholstery is poor quality. I keep having leaks from the hoses. This problem occurs whenever I slow down to a fairly low speed and then accelerate. OnStar links to emergency services.
For important tire and wheel information, go to or see your dealer. The dealer said that this is normal because of the low first gear. I love the look and the way it drives but there is this one problem that seems like Chevy can't figure it out. We'd like to investigate this matter further for you and work towards possibly addressing your concerns. It didn't help, the truck was still overheating with no load or towing and the Torque Converter wasn't locking up.
Your actual range may vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain and driving technique. Its now back at the dealer. I'm embarrassed to have people in my new truck and can't wait to get rid of the truck. Went to bed with no check engine light, woke up in the morning for work and noticed the truck would not remote start. The engine had pretty noticeable lifter ticking but that never seemed to affect its function. Also when decelerating, letting off the gas it paused then hits.
I do not beat on it and fluid level is good. They also informed me this was a very common problem they have seen a lot of, but there is no recall and it would be a rather costly repair. How can you tell if your automatic transmission has failed? Chevrolet asked me to take it to their dealership and have the diagnostics run. One minor feature are the dual climate controls which is really great especially when on a long drive! They supposedly fix it, the next day it was doing the same thing. Your actual range may vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain and driving technique. Wasted most of a day waiting for them to verify that there was a problem and get me a rental. I am fearful that this malfunction may cause the vehicle to be propelled into a vehicle in front of my, or worse, pinning a pedestrian between this vehicle and a fixed object.
The truck immediately began to rolled back and traveled about 20 feet or so before running up and onto a wood log. The dealership that I took the truck to had 3 other people with similar problems. Already depressing gas mileage got even worse as rpm was higher than normal. I finished plowing my accounts and went home. While driving approximately 70 mph, the contact stated that the transmission oil cooler failed, causing the vehicle to loose transmission fluid. Transmission is having issues that dealer cannot seem to fix.
My transmition has a awkard shift into second gear. Some transmission failures are treatable, but many others are not because of both the close tolerances and the interdependencies of the many components contained within the transmission housing. I ended up bringing it back to him several times that first year. I understand that these are mass produced but at least take care of the customer within reasonable matter. All 3 have a history of leakage where the flexible section swages to the hard section. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint.
This article applies to the Chevrolet Silverado. Drove it home and a few days later my driver side wheel area makes this annoying ticking sound every time I make right sharp turns like example pulling in to my parking stall. I'm worried, because our extended warranty is running low, and I just know that the transmission will go out after the warranty is up. Like I said, truck only has 14000 miles, about what most folks drive in a year, which is bad enough, but Chevy won't even fix their lousy product. I came out of a 2010 Tundra. I did not pay the outrageous fee and have not yet fixed the problem. Dealership stated that there was no reason for the transmission to fail at that mileage unless the truck was used on a farm or consistently used for heavy towing.