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Saturn Outlook, SUV
#65 of 487 Re: Another bad Outlook [ltpmdirk]
Aug 31, 2010 (3:12 pm)
We had a 2008 Saturn and it leaked....Get yourself a lawyer. Not worth the time and effort, GM will not help. Have all your papers documented and find a lawyer... It will take some time but I think it is worth it. We got 7500, 4000 we got and of course the Lawyer got 3500. Not bad though. Does yours have the 2nd roof...That is what leaks, there are 4 pin holes where they put it on the car...
We had 1 new headliner, new carpet and hope it is now fixed, they resealed the glass. GOOD LUCK>...
#66 of 487 Saturn Outlook Roof Leak
Feb 22, 2011 (9:21 am)
I purchased a new Outlook August 2008. A month later, I rec'd "Service Advisory"80207(GM didn't want to call it a "recall" for obvious reasons). Its been to 3 different GM dealers in TN and FL for a total of 6 repair efforts. Same issues as described by others. Only leaks when it rains, never at the dealer shop. Water intrudes to lowest corner of car. I've filed a complaint with NHTSA. I'm truly concerned with water running out thru the rear air bags, seat belt retractors, and down the right W/S pillar thru the fuse panel, electronics, etc. Thus far, the dealers are happy to attempt repair, and get me a loaner to drive. My warranty will expire 08/2011 or in 6K miles, and then, according to all the other posts, I'll be on my own against the big GM that my taxes have kept afloat (no pun intended).
#67 of 487 Re: Saturn Outlook Roof Leak [postonno]
Feb 25, 2011 (8:16 am)
Get yourself a attorney that has experience with lemon laws! I filed a suit but since I did it before Saturn filed bankrupcy I was poop out of luck!
Ended up getting rid of my Saturn (lost a ton of money!)
#68 of 487 Re: Saturn Outlook Roof Leak [lakegal]
Mar 02, 2011 (8:09 am)
If you are in FL, look up Krohn and Moss, Attorneys. That is who I am dealing with and so far, they have been up front and honest. At this point in our lawsuit against GM, things are going as they told us they would. Will post with the final results in the future...
#69 of 487 Re: Saturn Outlook Roof Leak [postonno]
Mar 08, 2011 (1:37 pm)
I own a 2007 Saturn Outlook, I also have had a leaking sunroof - which allowed (over time) for water to get int to my dash...leading my airbags to not function properly...my lights to cut off while driving at night and who know what is next to come. I hired an attorney and am in the process of filing under my states Lemon Law right now, I wouldn't waste any time if I was you.
#70 of 487 Re: Saturn Outlook Roof Leak [michaelamber]
Mar 25, 2011 (7:55 am)
What state are you in? I need to file a claim and am curious about how to begin.
#71 of 487 Saturn Roof Leak
Mar 26, 2011 (8:09 am)
I'm in FL. My attorney advises that GM would be responsible for the continued repairs even past the 3-yr factory warranty period, since they are the one that called initial attention to the problem, and have undertaken 6 attempts thru dealers to fix it. At this late date, a Lemon Law claim would probably not be worth the effort, since the vehicle has now depreciated 3 model years. I'm probably just going to lick my wounds, and go back to a Ford, which seems to stand behind their products better than the taxpayer owned company.
#72 of 487 Re: Saturn Roof Leak [postonno]
Mar 30, 2011 (1:49 pm)
Can you please email me directly?
GM Customer Service
#73 of 487 Re: Saturn Roof Leak [gmcustsvc]
Mar 30, 2011 (4:38 pm)
I think we would all like to know what GM Customer Service has to say about this issue.......
#74 of 487 Re: Saturn Roof Leak [unfancynancy]
Mar 31, 2011 (6:18 am)
If you have an issue, feel free to email me and I will discuss your situation with you.
GM Customer Service