2020 Chevy Silverado
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2020 Chevy Silverado Engine Problems & Complaints – Chevy Lemon Law

Chevrolet sold 594,094, 2020 Chevy Silverados in 2020, the first year of production. A popular seller for Chevrolet, the manufacturer has done much to improve the quality of the truck, but some owners have experienced issues with the engine, the transmission, the brakes and the electrical system. If you have experienced multiple problems with the engine in your 2020 Chevy Silverado that have not been repaired to your satisfaction you have lemon law rights for your Chevy. Call our GA Lemon Lawyers at 404-737-3451 now for a FREE case review. If you have a Chevy Lemon in a different state visit YourLemonLawRights.com Or complete the lemon law form on our website. You don’t pay legal fees out of pocket and 99% of our cases settle without going to trial.

The 2020 Chevy Silverado lineup includes the following available models:

  • Chevy Silverado 1500 Work Coach
  • Chevy Silverado 1500 Custom
  • Chevy Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss
  • Chevy Silverado 1500 LTZ
  • Chevy Silverado 1500 High Country

2020 Chevy Silverado buyers had the following engine options available for their new vehicles:

  • 420-horsepower 6.2-liter V8 engine
  • Standard 285-horsepower V6 engine
  • 310-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine
  • 277-horsepower inline six-cylinder turbodiesel engine
  • 355-horsepower 5.3-liter V8 engine

If you purchased a 2020 Silverado and think you have a Chevy Lemon due to multiple issues and repairs that have not been repaired contact our Lemon Law Attorneys today for a free case review.

2020 Chevy Silverado Engine Problems

Many 2020 Chevy Silverado owners have reported engine related problems. Some of the complaints include the engine not starting at all, sudden engine failure, the check engine light going on intermittently and the cylinder misfiring. Also reported are excessive oil consumption and noises including knocks and pings.  A few of the complaints received by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration(NHTSA) from 2020 Chevy Silverado owners with engine problems are below.

I was driving down the road, gave it gas to go around a vehicle and it felt like the vehicle shut down. ESC Caution, CHECK ENGINE LIGHT, AND BRAKE WARNING/CAUTION ALL ILLUMINATED. Vehicle began to slow down drastically and if I hadn’t got off the road quickly I would have been hit. If I had been turning into traffic from a stop and that happened I would have been hit. Pulled the vehicle over, turned it completely off, removed the key, restarted the vehicle and everything went away except the check engine light. Headed to the dealership and again I gave it some gas and the same thing happened again. Pulled over, turned off/on and same results, everything cleared but check engine light. IF THIS WERE TO HAPPEN ON THE INTERSTATE THIS COULD CAUSE A MAJOR INCIDENT. I WAS ON A CITY STREET ON BOTH OCCASIONS. I had to nurse the gas pedal returning to the dealership which was about 7 miles from the initial incident. The vehicle is a 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 with the 2.7L turbo engine. – Owner, 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 2.7L turbo engine, Georgia

The engine light has come on 3 times with a truck with only 9000 miles on it I took it to the dealership who gave me a code of P12A6 they told me Chevrolet is aware of this problem but has not come up with solution yet or even wrote a program to reflash the computer. Now I have a paper weight in my driveway and being that I live in a dual town trying to find a dealership that will fix it and provide rental car or truck. This defect can be multiple reasons with the engine harness wires chaffing or torque converter or transmission plus the whole electrical system not cranking over the truck from what I was told last time. Now I’m waiting till 7:30 to call a dealership see if they have a roll truck to pick it up and get it to a dealership where they can try to fix this problem. – Georgia Owner 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500

A vehicle must meet certain qualifications to be considered a lemon. Those include one of the following:

  • Out of service 30+ days or more for repairs
  • 4 or more repairs for the same problem/issue
  • One serious defect that impairs the use and safety of the vehicle

These must occur during the warranty period of your 2020 Chevy Silverado.

Make certain to save all repair orders and documentation from your dealer whenever a repair is made to your 2020 Chevy Silverado. Our lemon law attorneys will request copies of your repair orders in order to review your potential claim. If you meet either state or federal lemon law qualifications, you could be entitled to a Chevy Lemon Law Buyback, a refund of your purchase price, reimbursement for towing and rental fees and the manufacturer pays yours fees. We don’t get paid unless we win your case!

Contact our lemon lawyers today for a free case review at 404-737-3451.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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