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I have the 2010 equinoxs as well with the same problem i am dealing with the dealer ship right now doing a oil consumption test i take it to them and they just add oil this is not working for me as i am told i cannot add oil myself just check it and was told i have to take it to the same dealership i started the oil consumption test with, so in other words stay close to home this is a problem that have been going on for way to long and just because we are women doesn't mean we know nothing about a carReport it
That being said. I have had a great experience with the dealership. They accommodate me in any way they can including letting me choose a larger vehicle (suburban) when I went on vacation and my car was in the shop. Everything has been at NC so far because I am still under warranty. I believe this is the first year they were using the Eco engine in the Equinox. Hopefully, the models made since then aren't having the same problems.Report it
You will soon find out that oil is leaking into your engine and that you need new piston rings. Or, if that does not work, they will ned to replace the engine block entirely because of misshaped cylinders. I do really like this car, but I just don't trust it enough to keep it past warranty...Report it
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