General Motors Sliding Doors - Chevrolet Uplander, Saturn Relay, Buick Terraza, and Pontiac Montana
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More than 2 dozen complaints have been filed with the national Highway Traffic and Safety Administration from drivers with faulty sliding doors with General Motors minivans, most notably the Chevrolet Uplander.
Other vehicles being complained about include the Buick Terraza, the Pontiac Montana and the Saturn Relay. Despite these complaints, there has been no recall! Consumers have complained of having the door pop open at speeds exceeding 45mph. Most complaints filed have dealt with 2005-2006 models.
According to on-line reports, GM has previously said there is a quick fix for the problem and they have issued a preliminary report to the service managers on how to fix the issue, blaming it on door sensors being affected by debris, but there are plenty of consumers who are returning to the dealer time and time again, only to hear that the service manager can't diagnose and/or fix the problem.
The frustration lies in the fact that GM is not issuing a voluntary recall on the problem.
If you are dealing with an intermittent sliding door problem, you could be entitled to a full or partial refund! Contact Us and be as specific as possible as to when the problem is happening:
- How fast were you traveling?
- What were the road conditions?
- What kind of weather conditions were you experiencing?
- Does the sliding door close?
- Does the sliding door lock?
All of this information is very important in determining if you could receive relief under the lemon law! Please fill out our form by clicking here!