Chevrolet and GMC Truck and SUV problems – California Lemon Law


This website provides information to California consumers that can be used to alleviate the problems they may be experiencing with their 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022 Chevrolet or GMC pickups/SUV’s, and legal remedies available to them under the California lemon law.

These owner problems and complaints may include:

Among the problems reported by Chevrolet and GMC pickup and SUV owners includes:

  • Diesel or gas engine operational/running problems.

  • Electrical/instrument cluster warning lights.

  • Problems with turbo diesel.

  • Engine or Transmission oil leaks.

  • Raw exhaust fumes into cabin (other than normal exhaust smell on diesels).

  • Power windows and power door locks.

  • Vibration in driveline system.

  • "Service 4WD" warning light (if so equipped).

  • ABS brake system failure/improper operation.

  • Brakes vibration/shaking/steering wheel shimmy upon brake pedal application.

  • Engine overheating.

  • Diesel Engine regeneration system.

  • Faulty fuel injectors or diesel fuel injectors.

  • Recalls that require multiple visits to correct.

  • Engine “SES” warning light on.

  • "CHECK ENGINE" warning light with or without noticeable engine or transmission operational problems.

  • Harsh shifting of transmission, or other transmission shifting complaints/problems.

  • Loss of power and/or engine dying while driving or at a stop light. Poor engine performance.

  • No-start and or dead battery.

  • Engine stalling. This may be in conjunction with a no-start condition following the stalling.

  • Air conditioner system problems.

  • Infotainment system problems/malfunctions.

  • Front or rear suspension noises.

  • Steering system noises.

  • Electrical system problems.

  • SRS/Airbag warning lamp, or malfunction of passenger seat occupancy sensor.

For General Motors and its authorized dealers, various potential and actual problem(s) with the 2013 - 2022 model-year Chevrolet and GMC trucks and SUV’s. Many dealers are performing "software updates" to the engine and transmission systems on the 2013 - 2022 models to correct some issues, clearing "DTC's, scanning all control modules - sometimes alleviating the vehicle owners problems - and sometimes not, and often in conjunction or at the same time as Federal Safety recalls.

Here is what some dealers are doing in an attempt to correct the issues with these vehicles:

  • “Clearing” DTC’s (Diagnostic Trouble Codes)

  • Replacement of fuel or diesel injection components.

  • Updating software to the engine and/or transmission computer.

  • Contacting GM's Technical Support HOTLINE.

  • Performing TSB’s (Technical Service Bulletins) or NHTSA mandated Safety Recalls.

  • You have been told by the Chevrolet/GMC dealer there is no current fix for your vehicle’s condition, or that they "could not duplicate", or "operating as designed", or "NPF" (no problem found).

Yes, you can do something about this, whether the vehicle is currently fixed or not!

If you own or lease a 2013 - 2022 Chevrolet or GMC truck or SUV (whether the issue(s) are fixed or not), you live and purchased or leased the truck in California, and you have 2 or more documented warranty repair orders where you have complained about the same-type/drive-ability issue(s)/customer complaint, we encourage you to call our law firm, or use the convenient free online case evaluation form below.

1-800-225-3666

Your 2013 - 2022 Chevrolet or GMC truck/SUV may qualify for a buyback under the California Lemon Law, or you may be entitled to substantial cash compensation in the thousands of dollars. In California, your attorney’s fees are billed to the automobile manufacturer. You can call us, or use our convenient free case evaluation form below. Either way, you don’t have to put up with a vehicle that does not drive/operate correctly, or is unsafe!

Find out if you qualify for a lemon law case - FREE...
Takes 1 minute - get your answer the same day. California consumers only.
(Your Chevrolet or GMC is a 2013 - 2022 model-year – and is under factory warranty or it just recently expired.)

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Miles at Purchase:

Current Mileage:

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# of Repair Visits:

If your case qualifies, you are entitled under the law to a buyback or substantial monetary compensation!
(You can have a lemon law case whether the repair visits have solved the problems or not.)

It should be noted that General Motors Corporation makes some of the most competitive, high-quality vehicles currently on the market. Not all 2013 - 2022 Chevrolet or GMC owners will have a vehicle that displays problems. This advertisement is directed only to owners who are having – or have had – repeated warranty repair problems with their 2013 - 2022 Chevrolet or GMC truck/SUV.



Call 1-858-342-0073 or email the Lemon Law Auto Expert, Randy Sottile, about your vehicle problems/issues!


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