I want to know who's responsible when problems to the stabilitrak/traction control on a chev equinox?

Asked by Jan 26, 2016 at 12:50 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Equinox LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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83,455

If you own the car the you are responsible for repairs.

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If there are no recalls even if it is a wide spread problem you are out of luck and you have to repair yourself. I own the worst kind of escape you can it is an 02 3.0l V6 and it has all of the common escape problems that are not recalled that should've been and I share that fate.

83,455

A 9 year old car won't be covered by any recalls.

104,415

If the Feds demand a recall then it will happen but your out of luck for now. Look what has happened to GM and Jeep, they are still recalling vehicles from way back they recalled my 02 Jeep for the fuel tank recall. As far as for the original question once the factory warranty has ran out and you didn't purchase any extended warranties then your on your own for the repairs.

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