brand new 2016 colorado wish me luck

Discussion in 'Chevy Colorado Forum (GMC Canyon)' started by 2016colorado, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. 2016colorado

    2016colorado New Member

    Today was one week since i drove my brand new 2016 Colorado off the lot, and I found myself on the side of the road waiting to be towed to the dealer due to numerous "stabilitrak/traction control" failures. Engine power was reduced to 25 mph and would not go over that. I am not happy. Spoke with GM while waiting for a tow expressing my displeasure in being forced to miss work and having to take the truck to the shop after one week. The GM rep said they would work with the dealer to get to the bottom of it. Anyone else ever had an issue like this right out of the gate? It was definitely crazy to be doing 60 mph and have the thing start alarming and drop down to 25 mph. Luckily no one was behind me. First chevy i have owned in over 15 years and I hope i didn't make a mistake....
     
  2. Bighornkid

    Bighornkid Rockstar 4 Years 100 Posts

    Welcome to The Club. Sorry to hear about your problem. Keep us posted. I was thinking about buying a Canyon.
     
  3. silverado002

    silverado002 Active Member 2 Years 500 Posts

    Sorry to hear this too but its a machine like all others and comes with a warranty for awhile so that things like this can be cared for. I've seen this happen on other makes as well. You would think it would go for more than a week without failure but we are in the semi complicated age of electronic control and there is no guarantee the electrons will line up when commanded to do so. ;) Hang in there.
     
  4. 2016colorado

    2016colorado New Member

     
  5. 2016colorado

    2016colorado New Member

    Update: Got the truck back from the shop yesterday. It ended up being a "faulty connector". Wire was broken off at APP sensor. They replaced the connector and soldered to repair the wires. So far no errors today. Hopefully this resolves it and I can get back to trying to enjoy my new Colorado. Thanks for listening and responding.
     

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