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Chevrolet HHR, Wagon
Oct 29, 2011 (4:16 pm)
Today, I went to my G.M. Dealer to make a oil change and install my winter tires on my 2010 HHR. There was a 2011 HHR in the showroom, I asked my salesmen when will the 2012 HHR's be coming in, he answered.... never.
The 2011 HHR is the last of production.
And I was counting on trading my 2010 HHR for a 2014/15 HHR.
That's what happens when a car is to reliable...they take it out of production.
Now... what will I trade for?
#1539 of 1606 Re: No more [laserblue]
Nov 01, 2011 (9:49 am)
Iím sorry that a car youíve so enjoyed is being taken out of production. Hopefully when youíre ready to trade, you will find another vehicle that suits your fancy and is as satisfactory for you!
GM Customer Service
#1540 of 1606 Re: No more [gmcustsvc]
Nov 01, 2011 (10:06 am)
It's nice to see that they finally got it right. My 2006 HHR was the most unreliable vehicle I have owned. I sold mine because I was afraid to sneeze in it, for fear of something else going wrong.
Cudo's for getting it right, but boo, for taking it off the market when you did.
Nov 01, 2011 (2:38 pm)
Where is the oil filter on my 08 HHR ?
#1542 of 1606 Re: No more [gary_t]
Nov 02, 2011 (3:42 am)
My 06' has been pretty good so far, but I only have 125K Miles on it, so I'll have to wait and see how it goes from here.
#1543 of 1606 Re: Help [hunsinger]
Nov 02, 2011 (12:09 pm)
Iíd be happy to consult with our technical assistance center for you. I just need a little more information: what engine do you have in your HHR and is it stock?
GM Customer Service
#1544 of 1606 Re: Help [hunsinger]
Nov 03, 2011 (3:40 am)
Depends on what engine you have but try this...hope this helps.
You access the oil filter from under the hood. On the front right side of the engine, about half way down, locate a 3 1\2 to 4" round black circular cap with (I think it's 30 or 32mm) "nut" on top. Unscrew the cap.
The filter will come out with the cap. The filter is a cartridge style filter.
#1545 of 1606 Re: Help [laserblue]
Nov 03, 2011 (4:33 am)
Thank you. That worked. By the way, I love my HHR, never had any problems with it. We tow it behind our motor home with all four down. Great little car, good gas mileage 28 around town and 30 on highways.
#1546 of 1606 Re: Help [gmcustsvc]
Nov 03, 2011 (4:36 am)
Got my answer, thank you. Love my HHR, great little car, no problems with it. Chev has always been good cars for the price.
I'm a loyal GM person, every car I've owned has been a GM product.
#1547 of 1606 Re: Help [hunsinger]
Nov 03, 2011 (9:01 am)
I'm a loyal G.M. customer myself.
Only 1 car wasn't a G.M. product, my first. Bought it used and promised myself to never buy used again.
#1 - 1973 Dodge Dart Swinger (bought in 1975).
Then all the others where bought new and always had their scheduled maintenance done.
# 2 - 1977 Chevelle Malibu Classic (305 c.i) very good
# 3 - 1983 S-10 Blazer (rwd) 2.8 L very good
# 4 - 1992 GMC Safari 4.3 L repeated transmission problems (on warranty)
# 5 - 1994 S-10 Blazer LT (rwd) 4.3 L 200 hp "Vortec" very good but a bit gaz gusler.
# 6 - 1999 Venture LS very good but destroyed by Hurricane Charlie while vacationing in Florida in 2004
# 7 - 2005 Equinox LT not so good, lots of repairs on warranty, first year of production.
# 8 - 2010 HHR 2LT 2.4 L GREAT. Don't want to brag but it's my best one yet....fun to drive, reliable, economical, good cargo space and problem free so far.