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Chevrolet Cars and Trucks are advertised as "An American Revolution", but what if water leaks, engine problems, brake concerns, steering defects and check engine lights cause you to want to Revolt a little yourself? After all, Chevrolet issues a warranty that assures the buyer (1) that the vehicle is defect free and (2) that any problems occurring during the basic warranty term of 3 years / 36,000 miles, will be repaired without charge. But is that what happens when problems arise?

Whether you are driving an Equinox, Avalanche, C5500, Cobalt, Colorado, Express, HHR, Impala, Malibu, Silverado, SSR, Suburban, Tahoe, Trailblazer or Uplander, you may be experiencing problems and not know what to do or where to turn. You are not alone. Like others in this situation you need to know what your rights are under the warranty and under the law to get the vehicle repaired. Under State and Federal Laws, sometimes referred to as "lemon laws" you could receive a new car, or a full or partial refund. These laws were written to help you the consumer. This website outlines many of the problems Chevrolet owners are currently experiencing and links to resources and organizations you may find helpful. Our site is updated regularly to furnish current customer complaints about Chevrolet car and truck problems. We welcome any questions about this site or its information and would be glad to forward questions to someone who may be able to better help you.

Our site is not designed to complain about Chevrolet or its products in any way, but is rather a mobilizing force to bring common issues light in a meaningful way, that will give both the individual owner and all Chevrolet customers' concerns addressed once and for all. By raising awareness and connecting consumers to people and resources to resolve a concern or right a warranty wrong, can help! If you want information or wish to learn how to take the next step after going back and forth to the dealer for problems that never get resolved, this site is for you.