Many Chevrolet Colorado owners are complaining about shudder or vibration on their vehicles. Dealers are suggesting transmission fluid change, torque converter replacement and other remedies.
Shudder/Vibration easily felt in steering column about a week ago, has gotten worse and more often. My dealer has been great getting me in a loaner car, so no complaints there. They said I needed to replace the torque converter. My truck only has 2500 miles on it, so it’s essentially new. The tech who signed me in mentioned it may be the transmission fluid they’d used originally, (or the torque converter, which it ended up being). My concern is wondering what they used, why that could cause shudder, vibration, any “long term effects” for the transmission? I understand that may be a different issue, but I found it interesting the tech volunteered this info as if it’s a fairly frequently occurring problem for the 2018 Colorado with the 8 speed automatic. In any event, I assume they’ll do a transmission flush anyway along with replacing the torque converter.Car complaint Chevy Colorado
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i bought a 2018 chevy colorado z71 centennial edition its not even a year old have started the chevy shudder , was wondering if you are doing a class action suit
oh only 6595 miles on the truck feels like driving on rumble strips on smooth pavement
My 2018 is shuttering started about 10,000 kms ago. I’m not pleased, trucks got 75,000kms or 45,000 miles. It would be nice if GM would step up? But as usual will not do anything until forced. Customer comes last.