Until I pull a hill, then it bogs down, if I let up on throttle and feather it I can get to the top at reduced speed. Do I need fuel system relays, sensors, ? Or is it the air side of it, I can't take it to shop, on ssi need to fix myself. Also after driving a few miles it will drop out of of to direct drive, is this shift module or other?
When I purchased this vehicle I had a good buy. One month later I was broke down some 78 miles from home. It just wouldn't start. Imagine my surprise when I found out the fuel pump went out. The dealer installed a new one and it works great now and no more problems...yet.
Few creature comforts in the cab but that is all optional anyway. GM, figure out that fuel pump or go with an aftermarket one if you cant!
With only 24,000 miles, this vehicle
has been in the dealer's shop 7 times
for the same problem-won't start.
Dealer claims that GM doesn't know how
to fix fuel injectors that continually
cement themselves shut. In addition,
truck has had coolant leak, power
steering leak, short in turn signals,
broken window channel. Jerry Gleason
Chevrolet hasn't been much help
either. So far they have cut the
fabric on the front seat and damaged
the rear bumper. Works better as a
warehouse than a truck.
Great styling. Runs good-when it runs!
Hire some engineers that know what they
Great vehicle except for one glaring
problem.When it runs, it will move
anything. It eats fuel pumps though.
Vehicle has just had the fuel pump
replaced for the third time. Dealers
can't say what's causing the problem.