Lemon Law Advice for Your Concerns with the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
If you have had a problem with your 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe you may be entitled to a refund. While this model of Chevy can be a great car, buyers have discovered issues after driving off the dealership. The major complaints with the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe are Transmission, Engine, Suspension and A/C concerns.
Reported Faults with the Chevrolet Tahoe
There have been several issues logged with the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe including complaints about the A/C blowing hot, faulty suspensions, and reduced engine power. It is important to run a thorough check of your new car in order to spot issues that can be raised with your car dealer straight away.
A shaking car, or the ‘death wobble’ is a very serious concern for Chevy Tahoe car owners. Most issues with cars vibrating are related to the wheels or, more specifically, the tires. Your dealer will usually resolve the problem by rotating the wheels, but this has not resolved the complaint in the 2017 Tahoe.
Reduced Engine Power
Despite gas being fully replaced the check engine light shows up on some cars. In some cases, dealers have run DTC codes and attempted to fix the issue, however many unhappy customers are still experiencing this issue.
Suspension is Stiff
If your Tahoe is feeling stiff and you just cannot get used to riding it, you could be like thousands of others who have this same problem. Bumpy roads and bridge crossings are particularly awkward in this model Chevy and the issue is not always resolved by ‘dropping’ the truck.
A/C Blowing Out Hot Air
GMC has received multiple complaints about hot air problems in Chevy trucks, most likely due to the refrigerant hose leaking Freon between the compressor and the condenser. When this issue has been raised to dealerships it has been difficult to detect as the leak is hard to identify.
Front Camera is Inoperable
There have been various complaints about cameras not working at all or stop working intermittently, with no understanding as to why this is the case, as far as checks have shown.
The NHTSA has issued recalls for the Chevy Tahoe which include:
- Seat Belt Pretensioners
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 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe 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.