Man2005 2012-01-19 20:32:56
For a year now, the dealer can not fix a calibration error message that
appears everytime I power the radio. The dealer tried at least 5 new
radios plus a couple of visits from a GM field engineer.
What can I do now? Can I request that GM buys back the vehon icle? it is
an expensive car and I do not want to get stuck with a defective vehicle.
Any advice is greatly appreciated
Shep 2012-01-19 20:33:32
Check your states lemon law parameters, it differs in every state, your
local BBB can give you the info.
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Kenner costen 2012-01-19 20:33:45
Good luck, I have a Chevy C4500 they can’t figure out why it shakes the
tires off the rims. I tried to do the lemon law, it is easier to burn the
d*** thing and take the insurance. But alas it has become personal so Im
about to park it and let the lawyer go to war over it.
53 tires, owned it less then a year and over 7 months in shops, over 63 work
tickets on it.
Al 2012-01-19 20:33:47
GOOD GRIEF! I feel for you!
Red_z_man 2012-01-19 20:33:50
well i say 63 work orders is WAY beyond the lemon law, fight fight fight
is all i can say
Burntkat 2012-01-19 21:11:30
did these dumbasses ever consider changing the rims?