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2002 GMC Envoy suspension problems

suspension problem

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2002 GMC Envoy Owner Comments

problem #2

Dec 112001

Envoy

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Rear end load leveling suspension has gone down on two(2) separate occasions leaving the car body very low to the ground. Unsafe situation for driver and passenger. Complaints to GMC over faulty situation have gone unheard. Area zone manager contends there is nothing wrong with the vehicle.

- Marietta, GA, USA

problem #1

Mar 112002

Envoy

  • miles
At refueling, vehicle was in "normal" pitch alinement. After refueling, and upon leaving the service station, vehicle exhibited unusual rear end bounce, as if shock absorbers were missing. After two mile trip at city street speed, vehicle was parked. Visual inspection revealed that rear end was sagging about six inches down, or more. Vehicle was driven to dealer (about three miles) and examined. Service department reported that compressor for load leveling system was leaking and had failed. If this had occurred at highway speed with a towed load, I believe I would have lost control of vehicle.

- Clarksville, TN, USA

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