How many miles does a Chevy Equinox have?

How many miles does a Chevy Equinox have?

Mark helpful 195,835 Report Rowefastanswered 4 years ago Sounds like what you say if it took out the valves, engine needs replacing. Hopefully they can do something for you since it has only 63,000 miles on it. 14 people found this helpful. Mark helpful 630 Report GuruZKYTRanswered 3 years ago

Why does my Chevy Equinox have a problem?

When researching online, a lot of people with same issue. The contact owns a 2016 Chevrolet Equinox. The contact stated that during cold weather, the number four cylinder froze which caused a blowout of the rear main seal. The contact also stated that while driving at various speeds, there was an abnormal sound coming from the engine.

Where can I get a 2016 Chevy Equinox replaced?

The contact owns a 2016 Chevrolet Equinox. The contact stated that upon inspection an oil leak was discovered under the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to jeff wyler Chevrolet located at 2237 w. 1st St, springfield, oh 45504, who diagnosed that the engine PCV and rear main seal was faulty and needed to be replaced.

How old is the warranty on a Chevy Equinox?

I waited two weeks for GM Customer Care to tell me there is nothing they can do. Not even 6 years old and only 5 months past warranty date. Seems fishy with all the problems I have been reading about on the internet with others experiencing the same type of difficulties.

Greetings, My daughter has a 2006 equinox that has about 40,000 miles, few if any problems with the vehicle up to now.

Are there any problems with the Chevy Equinox?

Hello, we have a 2006 Equinox. We purchased it used in 2007 and have had several problems with it. The engine light would come off and on for about 2 years.

Why does my Chevy Equinox transmission keep slipping?

Beginning recently, especially when the car is cold, driving up a hill results in the tachometer reaching 3,000 or 4,000 rpm’s and the car slowing to about 10 mph. Increasing the engine speed does not increase the speed of the vehicle, it is almost as if the transmission is “slipping”. Shifting into L2 helps a little.

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