Chevrolet Astro owners have reported 11 problems related to ignition (under the electrical system category).
Vehicle has repeatedly starting running poorly and has a lack of power along with a misfire. Vehicle is then hard to accelerate and slows down flow of traffic. Each time the distributor cap and rotor have been found with excessive amount of corrosion on them and when the cap & rotor are replaced the problem goes away for a while. The cap & rotor were changed 3 times each before 50,000 miles.
See all problems of the 2002 Chevrolet Astro.
Van willnot start at times. Moisture is getting into distributor and shorting out the ignition. In the 63000 miles I have driven this van the distributor and rotor has been replaced 2 times due to failure. Rotor has big black burn on plastic near electrode.
The brakes went to the floor and after being pumped a few times actually slowed the vehicle down. This has happened a few times but unable to reproduce at dealership. This vehicle has been to shop too many times for many items including side door rattles, ignition problem with security feature, windshield ect.
See all problems of the 2000 Chevrolet Astro.
I have had a number of problems with this vehicle: both the left and right power windor motors; replace the key remote, both idler arms,front brake pad at 37,000 miles, serpentime belt, power steering pump - replaced twice, had to fix oil cooler lines twice, replaced distributor/rotor; replaced lower gasket due to intake manifold leak, and fuel pump modual. All of this was done before my car had 57,000 miles. The dealer has been very fair and repaired at low or now cost. I have had two trips shortened due to breakdowns and have spent over $1,500 on repairs not covered under warrenty or by the dealer. This is in addition to normal maintenance (oil and filter,four new tires,and transmission fluid and filter). I am concerned as to "what is next" and when the dealer when no longer be able to fix these problems at low cost to me.
See all problems of the 1997 Chevrolet Astro.
Was driving 65mph when vehicle suddenly died out. Lost power steering & brakes. Cruise control went out first. Power door locks failed to work. Would not release to open the doors. Took vehicle to dealer for the defective parts & had them repaired.
See all problems of the 1999 Chevrolet Astro.
Was traveling on freeway at 55-60mph & had changed lanes, vehicle came to a dead stop for no reason. Had to wait a few minutes & restart vehicle. Been to dealer. Mechanic reprogrammed computer. Problem reappeared at least 3 more times.
While driving about 20 mph vehicle stalled without prior warning, consumer drove to a side of road, and vehicle had to be towed. A technician stated that stalling was caused by a pinched coil wire which had to be rerouted.
Distributor coil wire failed.
See all problems of the 1996 Chevrolet Astro.
Spark plugs failed.
The vehicle's distributor cap is defective. Yh.
See all problems of the 1998 Chevrolet Astro.
Coil wire failed. Nlm.
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