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Chevrolet Volt BECM Failures: What Owners Need to Know

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) has opened an investigation into 73,000 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid cars due to reports of abrupt power loss, restart failures, and other issues. These problems are believed to be related to the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM). Learn more about your rights as a Chevy Volt owner more

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GM 6L90 Transmission Investigation: What You Need to Know

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is investigating transmission failures in Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans. This investigation comes after five reports of failures, raising concerns about the safety of these vehicles; here’s what you need to know.   The Affected Vehicles The NHTSA is focusing on the 6L90 transmission used in more

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GMC Acadia Shifter Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

When you own a car, you expect it to function smoothly and efficiently. Unfortunately, many GMC Acadia owners have been plagued by a “Shift to Park” defect that prevents the car from shutting off even when shifted into park. This issue has resulted in a class action lawsuit against General Motors, alleging that the more

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GM Recalls 174,000 Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

General Motors (GM) is recalling over 174,000 Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana cutaway vans from the 2003-2023 model years due to a fire hazard. The recall affects vans with an optional rear heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. According to GM, the HVAC’s wiring can corrode and overheat, which could cause a fire. more

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Chevrolet Recalls Over 50,000 Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

In August 2021, GM announced a third recall of the Bolt EV, covering over 141,000 vehicles due to a potential fire risk. The company urged owners to park outside and not leave their cars charging overnight.  The recall affects Bolt EV vehicles manufactured between 2017 and 2022 and 2022 Bolt EUV models. According to GM, more

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Chevy, GM 10-Speed Transmission Problems: What You Need to Know

Some of Chevy’s most popular vehicles are experiencing issues with their 10-speed transmissions. Affected cars include the brand new GMC Sierra, Chevy Suburban, Cadillac Escalade, and Chevy Silverado (though the full list is much more extensive, as seen below). Do you own a GM or Chevy vehicle that’s experienced transmission problems? If so, you more

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GM Fuel Injector & Wiring Harness Chafing Problems

Does your GM vehicle have issues starting, accelerating, or misfiring? Your car might have fuel injector defects. From brand new Cadillacs to Escalades and Suburbans, these problems affect some of GM’s most popular vehicles.  General Motors cars are dealing with some serious fuel injector issues, even in some of its newest models:  GMC Cadillac more

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GM Recalls 2017-2019 Chevy Bolts Over Fire Risk

First Recall Issued In November 2020, GM issued a recall for certain Chevy Bolt EV vehicle models citing a potential fire risk associated with the vehicles’ battery. The recall was specifically associated with 2017-2018 Bolts, as well as some 2019 Bolts. The problematic battery cells were from design level N2.1 and produced in LG Chem’s Ochang, more

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General Motors Class Action Alleges Engine Oil Guzzling Defect

General Motors was hit with a certified class action lawsuit earlier this year. The lawsuit was originally dismissed in 2017 before the plaintiffs amended their complaint, which now alleges that the Gen IV Vortec 5300 engines, used in 2010-2014 vehicles, have defects that cause excessive oil consumption and damage the entire engine. Safety Concerns and more

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