Mechanics

ENGINE LIGHT REDUCED POWER ENGINE

2004 Chevrolet Suburban • 90,000 miles

Sometimes that engine light goes on engine power reduced and it only lets me go up to 40mph r once only 20. I went to the mechanic the owner came out and he said he has same problem he sent it to chevorlet twice themselve they didnt know what to do with it. He said he could b 3 problems the pedal the wires to engine and engine itself he fixed the pedal and the wires still nothing doing I think its time for another recall
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Tolchsabado
September 23, 2012.



The best thing to do when there are issues with a car is to go to a dealership and ask to see the, "Service Bulletins". They do not have to tell the publioc about these but they are still problems that affect cars and they are meant to help mechanics. However you have every right to see if there are any that could apply to your loss of power and the service department has to show you them. Since you have complained you have a legitimate reason to get it fixed at no more cost to you if it has a bulletin pertaining to your issue. Otherwise and even if there is a bulletin I would call GM and complain as much as possible and that will eventually get you some help too.

Wow that was preety fast for a response thanx. This service bulletin thing do all mechanics have them or they are only have in the dealers its a chevorlet btw

Tiny
Tolchsabado
Sep 23, 2012.
Dealerships genrally have them but nowadays service manuals are on CD for a computer and it will update the manual if there are mistakes in it and include things like service bulletins. It is worth asking if it is a private shop. But, dealerships have them for sure and you can still take your documentation from private repair and call GM to try to get some, "Good Will Help" they call it.

Ok I will let u know what happens

Tiny
Tolchsabado
Sep 23, 2012.
Okay sounds good.