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I noticed a noise in the front end when 4 wheel drive was engaged on my 2005 Chevy Tahoe. When I took it to the dealership to have it checked, I learned that a bearing had failed, causing several others to fail. The repair cost over $800. I found several mentions on the Web of this same problem on Chevy Tahoes going back to 2003. I contacted GM because the vehicle has only 69, 000 miles on it, I bought it new, and have serviced it regularly. The dealer assured me there is nothing I could have done to prevent the problem. Despite the fact that I've purchased 9 new vehicles from GM in the last 30 years, GM denied my request for assistance since the vehicle is off warranty and there is no indication of a manufacturing problem. An arrogant position to take, especially for a company asking for a taxpayer bailout. I've bought my last GM product.

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  • Pa
      24th of Feb, 2010
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    Many, many problems with 2004 Chevy truck 4 wheel drive which, my truck has only been locked in 3-4 times to pull a boat out of the water.Now the air conditioning is messed up, dual control works sometimes. My Mother's is doing the same thing. Accauators (I Think is how you spell it) going out it what Carl Cannon said.I have put in a complaint with GM and no response.Help me please!!! Paula Lewis

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