2003 Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4WD 4dr SUV (4.8L 8cyl 4A)
The care was never the greatest car but it is paid for and who wants to go through the hassle of buying another one. I just can't believe that it cost me $477.00 to replace ONE rear window automatic window on the 2003 Tahoe. Just before this, out of the clear blue, the driver's seat seatback broke and that was another $368.00. Just hoping the economy will get better soon so I can afford to get rid of this money pit. No wonder GM is going under. Who wants a vehicle that even after you pay it off you are still paying the big bucks for the little things you expect to last. I call this Tahoe my Yugo. Now the windshield washer reservoir has gone out..probably another $300.00. Never ends....
At least the Bose speakers are still working.
Fix the little things where they will last! $477 a pop to repair auto windows? Far too much to spend on an old car.
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