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#41 of 413 Re: 07 Suburban LTZ transmission problem [tah04]
Aug 04, 2007 (7:05 pm)
hello im another who will stand with you on that one a 2000 yukon xl slt 4x4 with auto ride an my trans went out at 20,000 miles they rebuilt it it went out again at around 40,000 miles then 6 times more at a transmission shop then i went to the dealer an put in a serta it lasted for 20,000 miles then it went out then they put in another serta trans an it went out before i could go down the street 3 block,s im outa pocket on at least 12,000 dollars an get this its still at the dealers now with all the excuses in the world an its my faught so thanks for sharing your storie i,ve been asking them for a few years now i payed 55,000 for the suv been in the shop at least 6 months since ive had this problem an they dont wana put another trans in an its still under warranty 20,000 miles on it an they diagnostic the truck many times to where the servic guy is lying an making up stories ooh it the map sensor wrong ooh its the 22,s rims wrong so theyre decline my warranty on it as of now i was told from the dealer how does a trans straight from the box go out in two blocks an my check engine lite wasnt comming on on these lste attemps but before on trans number 6 or so it was comming on like it should if the trans were having a problem but now they knew that the trans was out from a test drive with my self an the trans was slipping badly 2nd gear an the check engine lite wasnt on they knew they should have checked out why diagnostics of coarse but did they no they supposley put in a new one but it lasted not even one mile now thats a little about my storie they want me to pay again for another trans 4,500 because they cant diagnostics rite or just maybe your rite theyres somthin wrong rite out the box with this trans desighn or it,s really to small of a trans for a 7000pd suv it also in the z28 camaro 3,500 pds same trans dont make an sences but i beleive they are hidding the problem so let me know who you contacted please its just the run around game at the service center they say things that they will do but have no authority to have work done yes im in need of a ceo also numbers who you have called it caused a great hardship on my shoulders really especialy when the service guy has to lie to you but im with you on this one vincent 1760 718 3015 call me if you would like to combined up on this one they really need a recall ive been asking an all they say is no an that noone eles of coarse is having this problem out of a yukon xl with only 77 thousand miles on it 11 trans replacements whata shame the way gmc or chevrolet is treating us what good is it to have it fixed an go a few blocks an it broke again its a hardship vince
#42 of 413 Re: 2007 Tahoe 4x4 LT transmission slip [jochamp]
Aug 04, 2007 (7:31 pm)
i have my problem for 70,000 miles get rid of it while you can 11 trans an my outa pocket is ab out 12,000 dollars an they are not going to do anything about this problem but give you a headache or a new scratch or ding while its in the shopp mines is a 2000,yukon xl 4x4 had new trans is out right now after i baought a new serta 20,000 later it went out then they replaced it they said went down the street an two blocks later it went out the first day so i say that im in love with the truck its been in the shop over the years about 6 months for trans problems an all they would say i its old but i,ve been trying all this time to trust the suv never know when the trannys going to blow even out of the crate for 4,500 bucks an you know what they put the same trans in the newer suvs whata dog they are knowing the complaints they get on these expensive trucks an they want me to buy a new one im glad i found this site to learn that that trans is in the new ones too thats not good they havent shared the expense with me just alot of talk from service i thought i was buying the best suv in the world an baoght somthing that doesnt work long an they wont stand behind theyre product but if i were you buy a ford or nssan suv i cant say that theyre going to treat you like me but i like my truck an im outa 12,000 for trans an its out again while its under a serta trans warranty an that were once outa the box serta it went out in 20,000 an then another one serta warranty the it lasted two blocks an slipped i said noway couldnt be that in two blocks but it was now theyre making up so manny excuses about the blame took my money an dont want to warranty this trans from gmc seta a third time warranty were 50,000 miles 5 years get this only two years slipping hear an their 20,000 miles on this serta trans from gmc an they wont warranty anymore which going to cost me another 4,500 for a new trans thats not right thats all i ever baught were gmc corp for years an they wont take care of the custumers my problem started at 20,000 mile first rebuilt trans free after that twent thousand later out of warranty i had to start paying then an twenty thousand later again so while its still young trade in that goose for a swand
#43 of 413 TRANNY PROBLEM=NO PROBLEM!!
Aug 12, 2007 (2:01 pm)
IF YOU CAN CHANGE THE FILTER IN YOUR TRANNY YOU CAN TO THE "REBUILD" YOU JUST GOT CHARGED A GRAND FOR YOUR SELF! I HAD THIS SAME PROBLEM IT DROVE FINE UNTILL STOP AND THEN FELT LIKE GETTIN HIT IN REAR FROM 1ST TO 2ND, TURNS OUT WHEN I CHANGED MY FILTER ALL OF THE SOLENOIDS THAT ARE CAUSING THIS PROBLEM ARE RIGHT THERE! NO NEED TO REMOVE TRANNY! AND KITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ABOUT 125.00! SERIOUSLY IF A 30 FEMALE FROM SC CAN DO THIS YALL CAN TOO! IT TOOK DAYS OF RESEARCH AND ALOT OF WILL POWER BUT I FOUND THE PROBLEM AND ITS NOT EVEN A HARD JOB, A LIL MESSY BUT HEY SAVES YA ABOUT 1500.00 AT THE SHOP!
#44 of 413 Re: 2007 Tahoe 4x4 LT transmission slip [vincehard]
Aug 12, 2007 (2:30 pm)
All of you should visit the National Highway Traffic Safety site located at link title
You can file complaints and fill out forms that send your issues to the investigative group at NHTSA. Its the only way to get GM to recognize the issue.
Also, Contact CNN and file a request for STORY submission at CNN.COM
#45 of 413 Re: 2007 Tahoe 2wd
Aug 20, 2007 (8:18 am)
I noticed my first slippage early. Same response from the dealer as may others have posted here. At 41,500 miles, just finished turning a sharp curve on an incline when I got the loud bang (thought I'd blown a tire) and immediate loss of power. Remaining was reverse and limited lower gear. Chevrolet dealer said "not a common problem" but it may be time to get rid of this one. My fourth GM over the past 10 years, but not sure I'll stick with them. Car is still under repair so we'll see.
#46 of 413 Re: 07 Suburban LTZ transmission problem [daddyson]
Aug 21, 2007 (10:36 am)
I had the same problem. 07 Z71 Suburban with 8,200 miles. This is crazy. My dealer, however (valley Stream Chevy) did tow the vehicle to its shop, and they REPLACED the entire tranny unit. I cant understand why a NEW 50K vehical could have tranny problems. I LOVE my truck, however I cannot deal with these kind of 80's quality problems.
#47 of 413 Re: 2007 Tahoe 2wd [graybard]
Sep 17, 2007 (8:00 am)
I HAVE A 2002 TAHOE JUST HAD THE SAME EXPERIENCE WITH THE TRANSMISSION THAT YOU ARE DISCRIBING, THEY( THE DEALER) PRETTY MUCH BLAMED ME FOR NOT HAVEING THE TRANNY SERVICED EVEN THOUGH THE ONLY MADATE FOR SERVICE IS AT 100000 MILES.
IT IS GOING TO COST ME 2700 TO GET REPAIRED. PRETTY DISCOURAGING. I WILL HAVE TO SAY THE SINCE MY PROBLEM RIDEN CHEVY TAHOE (LIFTER NOISE PROBLEM,LIFTERS REPLACED STILL SAME NOISE BLAMED ON 5.3 MOTOR,TRAN, A/C EVAPORATOR, STEERING COUPLER)THAT I HAVE PURCHASED TWO CARS BOTH TOYOTAS. I AM A CHEVY FAN HAVING OWED MANY CLASSIC CORVETTES, CAMAROS HOWEVER WITH THE MISERABLE EXPERINECE WITH MY TAHOE I CANNOT JUSTIFY SPENDING 35K ON A VEHICLE
THAT JUST LAST TILL THE PAYMENT AND WARRANTY ARE BOTH COMPLETE.
#48 of 413 2007 Suburban
Oct 01, 2007 (6:49 am)
My wife drives a 2007 Suburban LTZ, 4X4. She first had problems with the transmission slipping when it was in auto. The dealer could find nothing wrong and told her to keep it in 2wd only. She has all of her maintenance performed by our local dealer regularly. Last week she was taking our children to church when she heard a loud noise and then the vehicle stopped. The wrecker was called and the truck spent the next three days at the dealership having the sprag gear replaced. The vehicle has only 34,000 miles and has never been off-road or towed a trailer. My wife has strongly expressed her anger with both the dealership and General Motors. There is an apparent problem with the transmission and GM showed have a recall. GM sent us a letter suggesting that we contact the BBB AUTOLINE to discuss our disattisfaction with our car. The number for the BBB is 1-800-955-5100. This is our 6th Tahoe/Suburban in twelve years and we have lost all confidence in it. I have been driving it in auto since we got it back and the transmission is slipping worse than before we lost the sprag gear.
#49 of 413 Re: Does the 2007 Chevy Tahoe Have A Transmission Problem? [glockfan]
Oct 05, 2007 (10:56 am)
Let me tell u MY story. I have an 07 Tahooe 13,000 miles. I put E85 fuel and my truck wasnt compatible. Such an idiot i am. On my way home the Stabilitrack light came on.Came home called the dealer they said that it shouldn't hurt it but try to get as much gas out as possible. Well, later that night I drive down the street and the Stabilitrack light comes on to be serviced AND the engine light comes on and when I accelerated it felt like someone hit me in the back. I thought for sure i messed up my car with that E85 I could have beat myself. I drove it straight home and got it towed to the dealer. They told me that The stabilitrack light came on because I have 22inch rims which is not true. The same day i purchased my SUV we drove it straight to the tire shop to put them on and that was about a year ago. He told me the engine light was on because of the gas.. Ok i believe that.. but he said there were no codes comming back for a problem. I told him they need to run more tests besides looking for codes because its jerking. Come to find out... I have a transmission problem and he told me that ALOT of newer Tahoes and Suburbans are having the same problem. So NO it wasnt MY fault about the gas it was just all coincidental that all of this happend at one time. My SUV has been in the shop for 2 weeks now they part they ordered was called the "Vaulve Body" which is an internal component in the trans thats causing it to slip. I should get my baby back next week. This is my first AND last GM vehicle. Although I hear that many are having issues with their local service place I would fight with them until they fixed the issue.Go to their boss.. their bosses boss. GM has a problem and its obvious, their transmissions in their SUVs suck!
#50 of 413 02 TAHOE TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS
Oct 17, 2007 (11:51 am)
I have a 2002 Chevy Tahoe that I bought used in Feb. 05. I took it to the local chevy dealer to inquire about an extended warranty and he made the comment that it has had transmission work but didn't elaborate. In August of 05 (approx. 40,000 miles on the vehicle) I tried to back out of my parking spot to discover I had lost reverse gear. The remaining gears rapidly followed as I limped it back home. GM explained that there was a weak part in my transmission and they would replace it with a stronger one. I think my out of pocket was around $150 because this part had already been replaced under warranty with the previous owner. Now, two years and barely 15,000 miles later, out goes reverse again, leaving me stranded. I have been contacting GM for three weeks trying to get some type of answer from them. Finally did. They will do nothing since they "good willed" the last repair. To me, this is outrageous! The same part goes bad 3 times in 55,000 miles and they do nothing? The way it sounds, the newer ones have the same junk transmission as I do. If I looked it up right, it is a 4L60E. I wouldn't have the slightest idea of how to start a class action law suit but if anyone else does, count me in. These trucks are too expensive to start with (poor gas mileage, initial cost, etc). and then we have to replace/repair transmissions every 15,000 miles????????? Any suggestions/comments would be appreciated.