My 2000 Chev Cavalier gave me problems
right from the first 15,000 miles. In
that time I had replaced all 4 Goodyear
Tires..they all developed holes in the
sidewall...my fault even though it had
not happened to me in my 20 yrs of auto
ownership. Goodyear would not prorate
any tires. At 40K, the radio went out.
Fortunately, I had an extended
warranty, but I had to fight w/Robert
Levis Chev in Slidell, La to get it
fixed. While fixing the radio, they
damaged the digital oddometer (they
wouldn't admit it!). After this
incident, I've had to repair the fuel
pump, battery and alternator, and other
stuff I'm forgetting. I'm buying a new
car, thank God.
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