I have a 2005 Uplander and it is a piece of _ _ _ _.!!!!
GM has done nothing to fix the main problem, a whine in the drive line
(transmission), mind you they did put three alternators on in the first 5
Our '02 Olds Silhoette is the same basic design and has been nothing
special. Now at 60k miles there is a fuel leak somewhere at the top of
the fuel tank which is going to require dropping the tank to find. The
intake manifold gasket had to be replaced at 35k miles. A/C condensor
failed at 50k miles. Shock absorbers were worn out at 45k miles. Lots
of squeaks and rattles, especially around the doors. The headlights and
front turn signals take on moisture inside and have fogged and discolored.
This is a garage kept vehicle in our mild Northern California climate
and I care for our vehicles very well. This one has been a
disappointment. This is our second purchased new GM vehicle, and is
probably the last. Our friends' Toyota Siennas have not had anything
close to the number of problems this Olds has had.
Samething here, Montana 2002 45000 miles or 70000 km paid $35000.00 CAD with
tax , so far all the problem but one were covered by the warranty or the
ext. warranty. I probably can get 10000.00 for it now.
ABS hub sensor shorted
AC condenser leaking
Paint peeling on hood , roof, rear hatch
2 spark plug wire
one spark plug
lower Intake manifold
heating duct assembly ( door not moving freely)
I'm disapointed ,very disapointed. One more year to go on the extended
warranty and this van will go away.
I'm following the new Kia Sedona 2006 forums on the Edmund's site. They may
get my business in Jan 2007. I visited the dealer yesterday and what a nice
product, well finished, great design, but once again I will have one year to
see if lots of problem will show on it. But so far the Uplander or SV6 will
not support the comparaison not even close.
Sorry GM but you had your chance
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