Question about 2007 Chevrolet Aveo Sedan
My Chev Aveo situation went from bad to worse after I posted this. In the past few months my car died on numerous occasions with oil, engine and battery lights flashing intermittently. The service I received at the dealership - Dean Myers - was beyond appalling as was the dealership-centric response from GM customer service staff. Not until I fully melted down, was repeatedly humiliated by service staff who wanted me to believe I was an hysteric was the problem deemed serious and the entire engine rebuilt secondary to a manufacturers defect. It was clear from the onset that the dealership service staff minimized, dismissed and ignored my concerns and sent me away on numerous occasions without properly investigating or fixing the problem. An outside garage ID'd the problem within 1 hour when I had it towed to the closest garage on one occasion and GM was unable to do this on 6 + visits even with the report from the indie garage. The horribly sexist and bullying treatment I received at the dealership helped me understand why there is no longer a GM dealership or GM service centre in the entire downtown Toronto core. Urban, educated and enlightened women would not tolerate this treatment. Suffice it to say, I will not be purchasing a GM product again!! I became the cliche'd disgruntled car owner that you often read about in the car section of the weekend newspaper and wouldn't wish this on anyone. It ruined my spring/summer, cost me all kinds of money and proved to me how out of touch this rescued corporation is with the (female) consumer. I am also not convinced that the car is okay and everytime I start it up wonder if there is a tow truck and more humiliation around the corner.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
Sounds like battery Charged is low and you might be low on oil or computer might need to be reset on instument pannel.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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