If you have had a problem with your 2017 Chevrolet Silverado, you may be entitled to a refund. While this model of Chevrolet can be a great car, buyers have discovered issues after driving off the dealership. The major complaints with the vehicle are Engine, Transmission, and Brakes.
Check Engine Light On
Consumers have complained about the vehicle’s check engine light Illuminating soon after buying the vehicle, despite only driving a few thousand miles. This issue is usually due to the cylinder misfiring or an issue with the fuel injectors, which will need replacing but even after repairs the issue is not resolved.
Numerous consumers have reported the vehicle shaking while at highway speeds followed by a full loss of power when switching gears. The failure is usually related to the drive-by wire set or a corroded ground strap and can be a safety concern.
Service Brake Problems
Drivers have reported that the brakes are difficult to press and that they fail to work when driving at lower speeds. This, of course, is very dangerous and should be dealt with as a matter of urgency.
Other complaints raised about this model of Silverado include:
- Airbags Not deploying
- Poor Lighting
- Tire Problems
The NHTSA has issued recalls for the Chevy Silverado which include:
- Frontal airbags may not deploy
- Missing child anchorage instructions
- Insufficient welding of upper arm controls
Expert Legal Advice from California Lemon Law Center
As experts in Lemon Law, California Lemon Law Center can help you come to an amicable resolution with your car dealer. If you purchased your Chevy Silverado in the state of California, contact us today and we will check through your paperwork and what necessary actions should be taken on your behalf.