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2001 Chevrolet Tracker steering problems

steering problem

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2001 Chevrolet Tracker Owner Comments

problem #1

Apr 112001


  • miles


After I clocked my 500 miles of driving my veheicle at 50 to 55 miles per hour. I took it on the road. It was at this time I actually thought the wheels were going to run off the veheicle. They wer wobbly. It also and still is hard for me to hold the veheicle in the road. It is one year later I have also developed a medical problem with the thing. I have carried it to the dealers on at least four times. The thing is dangerous it also act as though it wants to turn over if you are on the highway and driving more than 45 miles per hour. The dealers are aware of these problems I have been having with this veheicle. I am about to let it be reposessed. I just can't take anymore. I have never driven a veheicle I am afraid of. The worst part is I like to travel and since I have had all of these bad experiences with the vehicle I want or am afraid to put it back on the open road. I told the dealers there was something wrong with the steering of the veheicle. They just seem to take it in and send it out with the same problem and tell me the wind is doing it. Well, I think no one should make a veheicle that can not stand the gust of the wind at about 5 miles per hour. Please help. I have been living in a total hell zone since my purchse of this veheicle one year ago. Please help me. Nlm

- Houston, TX, USA

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