Enter your question.I own a 2003 chevy impala ls. Had nothing but good things to say about it for 219k miles. Then the engine went out. Well gas was $4+ at the time and car was paid for. So engine replaced by dealer. Then the transmission went. Ok I am in for the long haul, so replace it. During repair, dealer breaks exhaust manifold and burns spark plug wires. Repair manifold, spark plug wire discovered later. 22k miles into the new transmission its full of handfuls of metal shavings and dealer has to send me to yet another dealer to honor warranty because they had to 'let the tech go'. Go to another chevy dealer and explain situation. Diagnosis is yes, its full of metal and we will replace it again. Ok. Less than 1 week later the check engine light is on and the transmission feels like I am being rear ended when I take off from dead stop once its all heated up. Suggestions?
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 6th, 2011 AT 5:29 PM