Also, this car only has 38K miles on it, isn't that kind of early for a problem such as this? I am in the process of trouble shooting this issue. This time I bought genuine Moog parts, don't go with the chain store valu brand, just a waste of time and money if your going to keep the rig. The dealer informed the consumer that there was a problem with the all wheel drive and that when the fix is found, there may still be a posiibility that the problem will return. Service engine light illuminated, and the engine stalled. I bought a used Oldmobile Bravada on Friday and have noticed a tightness when I turn. At more moderate speeds, approximately 20 mph, the fish tailing becomes exaggerated and leads to a spin out fortunately, there was no other traffic. Plus I don't think that the memory in the side mirrors work.
We are losing power somewhere here is a guide to help us find out where. As for the other problem, if they can move the wheel up and down, then that is a bad wheel bearing. If the tsb has already been performed or the vehicle falls after the tsb use the below diagnostics to isolate an electrical or mechanical concern. Specifically the transmission part known as the 'sun shell spleen'. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for a diagnostic. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who was unable to diagnose or repaired. Dealer replaced fan but problem reoccurred.
To determine if there is a strut like that available for your vehicle, try visiting the Monroe website. Thanks for the info 83!!! Dealer could not duplicate or determine the cause of the problem. Mechanics have blown me off as a female driver who doesn't know what I'm talking about. Sometimes i wonder how i have 185k on my 1998. I'm guessing diff fluid from your description. If you are getting no power to any of the components, are you getting power to the accessories? Sometimes other things fail like the encoder motor or the clutches. Gm currently working on idle concern.
The dealership found out the front driveshaft is spinning so the transfer case is fine. The current and failure mileages were 40,000. This has occurred at random, 3 occurring while on interstate at 60 - 70 mph. I was told that they could not go back to the original software. Each time the failure occurred, the vehicle would not move. Actually, I thought at times like when pulling into a parking space, that I had lost the power steering.
I don't know, but that's why I trust service technicians. The awd lurches engaging and dis-engaging many times as I tired to get under way at a stop light. Or is it possible that this issue is a front differential issue that is different from the transfer case issue? I found about 33 cases of this same problem reported on your website for the 2002 Bravada but it is not clear any action is being taken for a life threatening defect. The approximate failure mileage was 215,000. Thanks again, jjg14080 I have a 2002 Bravada as well. I have a 2001 Bravada and it does the shudder thing after I'm going at a higher rate of speed.
On May 2, 2002 the engine stopped while going 60 mph for no reason. They reprogramed the computer and still the problem persisted. This vehicle is equipped with a general motors 4l60-e automatic transmission. But it did not change anything other then the noise went away. The contact noticed that the seat was melting from the bottom and was dripping onto the carpet. If it is normal then we need to see if the clutch is engaging in the center of the pulley on the compressor, verify this and we will take it from there. The smooth ride really makes any drive comfortable, this is a Premium Luxury Sport Utility vehicle.
Complaint Number: 10031523 Date Added to File: August 1, 2003 Description of the Complaint: Vehicle engine failure. That may kill my family and a lot of other peoples families. The contact was concerned of the safety risk involved. Ever since this incident the all wheel drive has not worked properly. I can bypass the starter relay and the key activates the starter, but engine still won't fire. The motor quit and I lost all power and electrical. I now have major safety concerns about drivability of this vehicle in slippery conditions.
Thank you in advance for any replies. I really am having a hard time describing it. Not much damage but I learned to slow down. Can you spray fuel into the throttle body and get it to run. I have read all of the forums posted and was wondering if anyone has new imput with this topic. I reached a top speed of 17 mph barely above idle.