Lemon Law Advice for Your Concerns With The 2016 Chevrolet Trax
If you have had a problem with your 2016 Chevrolet Trax you may be entitled to a refund. While this model of Chevrolet can be a great car, buyers have discovered issues soon after their purchase or lease.
There have been several issues logged with the 2016 Chevrolet Trax including faults with the check engine light and reduced engine power, both linked to electrical faults. Other complaints include the car jerking and not starting up properly.
Details of Complaints with the 2016 Chevrolet Trax
Check Engine Light
For anyone who sees the dreaded check engine light, there is a reason to worry, which is what has been happening for several people who have bought a 2016 Chevy. Some drivers have reported this issue after turning the ignition on and leaving the key in and some time whenall of the lights come on out of nowhere. Several issues can be the cause of this complaint but often troubleshooting can be difficult or frustrating.
Reduced Engine Power
Another symptom of the check engine light being illuminated is also reduced engine power. Dealers have run DTC codes and attempted to fix the issue, however, many unhappy customers are still experiencing this issue.
The battery or alternator is usually the prime suspect when it comes to your car not starting, as well as no fuel, of course, If you have checked the basics and your car is not cranking then it is time to head back to your dealer. The 2017 Chevy has been met with a number of issues with its start-up due to faults with the battery cables, engine timings, and security, all of which may indicate that your car is a lemon.
Drivers have reported issues with this car jumping and jerking especially when entering a highway or going uphill. Rough idling is also an issue with the Chevy Trax, which is likely due to engine misfires.
Other common faults reported with this car are loud banging noise when driving at any speed, windscreen wipers not working properly, and airbag sensors not detecting people in the front passenger seat.
The NHTSA has issued four recalls for the 2016 Chevrolet Trax which includes:
- Frontal airbags not deploying during a crash (2x recalls)
- No warning chime
- No Key left in ignition warning sign
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