definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
33,750 miles

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2005 Chevrolet Uplander wheels / hubs problems

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2005 Chevrolet Uplander Owner Comments

problem #4

Jun 012007


  • 13,000 miles


The vehicle that we are experiencing trouble with is the ┐05 Uplander, specifically the tires, good year integrity P225/60R17. The tires are noisey, make a strange sound, wear out fast, ride is terrible, vibration in steering. We have taken the vehicle into burt Chevrolet multiple times only to be told that nothing was wrong. This was all done while the vehicle was under warranty. Now we are having the exact same problem out of warranty. We also recently took our vehicle to a 3rd party mechanic and it was determined the problem is with the tires. We believe the noise is attributed to radial wobble. Burt Chevrolet records will show that we have rotated the tires every 5,000 miles at your location and have maintained the tires as recommended. Records will also show that the then manager replaced defective tires at 15K miles with the same defective tire model and brand. As I am sure you are well aware that the Goodyear ┐integrity┐ tire is a piece of junk. Google this tire and see all of the complaints associated with this tire. Burt telling us that nothing was wrong was a complete failure of diagnosing the problem and not resolving the issue. Burt service managers not returning my calls is also very unappreciated. A service manager at burt in parker states that they put cheap tires on vehicles to keep the prices low. Should customers be expected to replace tires every 5K, or 10K miles?

- Parker, CO, USA

problem #3

Oct 122007


  • Automatic transmission
  • 72,000 miles
Since purchasing this vehicle in January of 2006 we have been required to make extensive repairs on an on going basis. The vehicle has to be aligned & balanced almost monthly which has resulted in us replacing the tires on 3 different occasions. The brakes have been replaced twice and the rotors have been turned twice in the past year. The most recent incident occurred 3 wks ago when my wife was driving home on a 55 mph 2 lane road when suddenly the check engine & check oil light came on. The vehicle just stopped. Upon towing it to a local auto repair shop we were informed the timing belt broke which warped the cam shaft. GM would do nothing until we towed it again, this time to a GM dealership. The vehicle was found to have extensive problems from the engine, to the timing belt, camp shaft, pistons, plugs and much more.

- Valley Falls, KS, USA

problem #2

Jul 062006

Uplander 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 24,000 miles
- the contact called regarding the 2005 Chevrolet Uplander. The contact stated that the power sliding door opened and closed unexpectedly. The contact took the vehicle in to the dealer five times. The deale advised the contact that either they could not duplicate the failure or that they had repaired it. On one occasion, the dealer reinstalled a loose lock rod. On another occasion, the dealer reprogrammed the sliding door module. The failure mileage was 24,000. When the door malfunctioned the warning indicator was a bell alerting her the door opened, there were no other warning indicators. The front two tires were replaced at 14,000 miles due to excessive wear. The back two tires were replaced at 24,000 due to excessive wear. The contact stated at 37,000 miles, the vehicle needed four new tires due to wear. The dealer said the cause was due to the tires not having been aligned when the tires were replaced. The contact stated that the brakes have had to be resurfaced twice. She heard a knocking noise in the front end of the vehicle. The contact took the vehicle to dealer four times. The dealer replaced two steering gears in the steering column. The dealer replaced struts and the stabilizer bar, however the knocking noise continued. The contact had the repair. Invoices. The current mileage was 37000.

- Tellico Plains, TN, USA

problem #1

Nov 282006


  • Automatic transmission
  • 26,000 miles
: the contact stated while driving various speeds, the front suspension pulled to the left and right side without warning. The vehicle's front suspension was inspected by the dealer who determined a front alignment was needed. Afterwards, the problem persisted, and the vehicle was returned to the dealer, who determined all four tires were worn and needed to be replaced. The tires were Continental P225/60R17. Additionally, the dash instrument cluster panel lights and headlights flickered on and off while the vehicle was at an idle. The vehicle was inspected by the dealer, who determined the sensor for the exterior lights needed to be replaced. After replacement of the tires and lighting sensors, the problems persisted. The manufacturer was alerted.

- Bath, MI, USA

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