One of Chevrolet’s solutions for stopping thieves from driving away with a car is, coincidently, doing the same thing to the actual owner.Continue reading article "Passlock Security"
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What Owners Complain About
Sometimes it helps just to tally up the complaints and see where the biggest stacks are. Use this information to learn about troublespots or to run for the hills.
- turn signals work intermittently in the 2001 Monte Carlo
- car will not start, security light is flashing in the 2001 Monte Carlo
- security light comes on and car won't start in the 2003 Monte Carlo
- service traction system & ABS lights on in the 2001 Monte Carlo
- transmission slams into gear in the 2007 Monte Carlo
What Breaks the Most
6th Generation (2000–2007) Monte Carlo Key Numbers
A proposed settlement will award certain GM owners in Arizona about $200 each for owning cars with ignition switch problems.
The $6.28 million will be paid to about 33,000 GM owners in Arizona, as long as they purchased the vehicles between July 2009 and July 2014 and didn't get rid of the vehicles before the ignition switch recalls were announced in 2014..
As with any settlement, there are plenty of stipulations which you can read about here.keep reading article "GM Settlement Will Refund Arizona Customers $200 for Ignition Switch Woes"