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Buying survey Thinking of buying one, did any of you owners out there have a problem with the car?

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I too had fuel sensor problem... always reads empty or a little above even when just filled up!... problem is the sensor...it is attached to the fuel pump AND you have to drop the gas tank to get at it... expensive repair and common to these GM's... BTW GM blames it on "poor fuel (too much water in the gas these days is causing the contacts to prematurely carode"

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I bought a 2003 Chevy Trailblazer EXT 9 months ago. I love it! It runs great, looks great and the stereo is awesome. I'd recommend one to anyone.

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The only thing that I found wrong with my Trailblazer was the the fuel level sensor, which went bad at about 12000 miles. It was covered under warranty. Other than that I would say that anyone else would possibly complain about the fan noise, but I believe it is normal.

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