2007 Chevrolet Suburban
Problems & Complaints
CarComplaints.com Notes: Engines shouldn't need a new quart of oil every 500-1000 miles, but for thousands of Suburban owners that's exactly what's happening. Engine oil consumption on aluminum block engines with Active Fuel Management (AFM) is out of control and owners are left looking for answers.
The most likely culprit is an uncovered AFM valve which, in many cases, can be covered under warranty. The problem is the issues don't stop there and many owners have been told by GM just to buy a new engine. Take one guess who they want to pick up the tab.
Worst 2007 Suburban Problems by Category
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- engine problems171NHTSA complaints: 12
- interior accessories problems31NHTSA complaints: 1
- electrical problems26NHTSA complaints: 5
- transmission problems9NHTSA complaints: 2
- exterior accessories problems7NHTSA complaints: 11
- windows / windshield problems6NHTSA complaints: 1
- fuel system problems5NHTSA complaints: 4
- AC / heater problems3
- body / paint problems2NHTSA complaints: 19
- steering problems2NHTSA complaints: 1
- wheels / hubs problems2NHTSA complaints: 1
- drivetrain problems1NHTSA complaints: 4
- exhaust system problems1
- lights problems1
- suspension problems1NHTSA complaints: 1
- seat belts / air bags problemsNHTSA: 8
- brakes problemsNHTSA: 4
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