How much does it cost to fix an oil leak on a Chevy Equinox?
|2014 Chevrolet EquinoxV6-3.6L||Service typeOil/Fluid Leak Inspection||Estimate$94.99|
|2011 Chevrolet EquinoxV6-3.0L||Service typeOil/Fluid Leak Inspection||Estimate$99.99|
|2009 Chevrolet EquinoxV6-3.4L||Service typeOil/Fluid Leak Inspection||Estimate$99.99|
Is there a recall on Chevy Equinox for oil consumption?
Key Points. 2011-2013 Chevrolet Equinox models are starting to show their age, with many drivers reporting excessive oil use and loss of engine power. From 2018 to 2020, the Equinox saw a lot of issues with poor welding and generally bad build quality, leading to a whole string of recalls. via
Is there a class action lawsuit against Chevy Equinox?
General Motors has settled a number of class action lawsuits alleging that its Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain SUVs are equipped with faulty 2.4-L Ecotec engines that suffer premature wear and consume engine oil at an excessively high rate. via
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Did GM fix the oil consumption?
Starting with some 2014 model vehicles, GM began implementing a Generation V Vortec 5300 engine which was redesigned to fix the excessive oil consumption of the Generation IV. via
What does GM consider normal oil consumption?
In a tip sheet to fleet-vehicle operators, GM says normal consumption “can be in the range of one quart within 2,000 miles on a properly driven and maintained vehicle.” Other manufacturers say nothing in their owner's manuals about oil consumption — and if you ask what's “normal,” the answer you get may depend on whom via
Why does my car need oil so often?
Burning oil is often the result of worn out parts. For example, worn valve seals and/or piston rings could lead to your car burning oil. Both valve seals and piston rings work to keep engine oil out of the combustion chamber. via