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05-25-2011, 12:28 PM #11
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How about this GM Customer Service:
Being a new owner of a 99 Sierra (3 years ago). I started having tons of problems with fuel system. The more I dug in the more I learned this is a big problem with GM Trucks, not just a 99 issue. So my question is where was the Quality Control for all those years and the zillions of posts on the internet showing replaced fuel pumps and all other manners of repairing the fuel system. To me, the fuel system is one of the most fundamental parts of a vehicle and it looks to me like GM has had major problems with this... Why should I buy a new GM Truck if the fuel system issues haven't been resolved? And why did GM allow this to go on for so long. In all my years working on automobiles (circa 1973), the fuel system was NEVER a major issue.
05-25-2011, 12:43 PM #12
Wpauli......My Reply was NOT Directed at you......it is Directed at.....Coach24......just about Every Post and/or Reply From him has been Negative towards G.M./Chevy,
And.......That's Right I do Have a 99" Silverado.......and spended My Hard Earned....REAL MONEY ON BUYING IT BRAND NEW!!.....And it had some Real issues......But I DID NOT Go On A Site......Bitch and Cry About it !!!....and being Rude to are G.M Rep. Tricia as Coach24 has been.
Edit.....Take a Look at Reply #5.....
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05-25-2011, 01:28 PM #13
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05-25-2011, 02:50 PM #15
Do these people expect all their problems to disappear if they post them on the internet? Don't they realize that this is the G.M. truck club, a place where you are going to find brand loyalty touted almost to a fault? Sure my truck has things I don't like about it, but you are going to find that no matter what brand you buy, I've had them all, Ford, Dodge and G.M. Some days they all sucked and most days they were the greatest trucks ever built. If a little cab noise is all you got to bitch about take a look at the flood/tornado ravaged midwest and maybe you'll get some perspective on whats important.Adam
05-25-2011, 03:10 PM #16
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05-25-2011, 03:11 PM #17
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05-25-2011, 03:19 PM #19
As I've stated on this site before, when I was a SnapOn tool distributor I called on all the dealers service departments. The Ford service departments ALWAYS had a brand new car/truck in the service bay, some with as little as 150miles on them with the engine out of the vehicle. Most had the rods sticking out the oil pan or the engine block side. Imagine how those vehicle owners felt. It was very rare to see this in a GM service department.
05-25-2011, 06:36 PM #20
Ok, boys and girls. Thread's closed. This section has been made available as an additional outlet to allow GM customers access to GM help. This is not the proper outlet for this kind of conversation. If you have issues with GM or your GM based product, your best bet is to do as you say, start your class action lawsuit if there is in fact a reason to do so. Talk is cheap, and accomplishes nothing. Take action if you feel you've been wronged. Consider this your warning on this topic.
Any additional posts of a disparaging, or inflammatory nature will give me cause to relieve you of your right to converse in this forum. In other words, I'll be happy to drop the ban hammer on you.
Have a nice day.Patrick
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