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32,000 miles
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2007 Chevrolet Impala brakes problems

brakes problem

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2007 Chevrolet Impala Owner Comments

problem #1

Apr 252010

Impala LT2 3.5L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 32,000 miles


You know I have always liked Chevy cars, until i purchased a new one. my problem now is my brakes are sticking when i start to drive after braking. call Chevy city here in town. they told me my warranty was up, which i new it was. so calling my daddy to fix it. but i wanted to complain about the many problems i have had with this car.

1st- when i have e85 in my car it will not start- took it in they cant find the problem (imagine that) they said they couldn't get it to duplicate. 2nd- remote wouldn't work, they replaced the whole unit for the keyless entry 3rd- pssg. hub completely broke 4th- steering colom/shaft or something like that broke 5th- antifreeze was not getting into my heating system, something was wrong with the hose. 6th- them stupid sensors on the tires had to be replaced. and just an fyi when getting new tires you have to pay an extra $10 per tire for the sensors. 7th- something with the oil, oil was leaking slowly but still leaking

i know there was like 3 more problems just cant think of them off the top of my head. but all these went wrong before the car was 3 years old. i know next time i will not buy a Chevy. i understand there are factory defaults but i have had the car in the shop way to much.

- Crystal B., Bloomington, IL, US

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