General Motors is having significant coolant system problems with the following vehicles:
Chevrolet Silverado 2020-2021
Chevrolet Suburban 2021
Chevrolet Tahoe 2021
GMC Sierra 2020-2021
GMC Yukon 2021
Cadillac Escalade 2021
Consumers are experiencing longs delays fixing these vehicles and General Motors is in the process of repurchasing thousands of defective vehicles nationwide.
Description of the Problem
Brand new Chevy, GMC and Cadillac diesel vehicles are experiencing massive coolant issues that cause the vehicles to shut down, go into limp mode or otherwise fail. Often the problem causes the engine warning light to engage and The diagnostic code DTC P2B60 is common under these circumstances. Many of these engine coolant system defects issues relate to the 3.0L Duramax diesel engine that develops terminal corrosion in the coolant flow control valve actuator harness connector.
Is Your GM Vehicle a Lemon?
If you are experiencing problems with your GM diesel vehicle, the Michigan Lemon Law allows you to be compensated for these defects. Michigan's Lemon Law requires manufacturers to repurchase your defective vehicle if it is in the dealer service department for 30 days within the first year from delivery. Even if the dealership is waiting for parts for your vehicle, the 30-day rule still applies.
If you need legal advice on how to proceed, contact Adam Alexander at (248) 246-6353