Chevrolet Cavalier owners have reported 8 problems related to radio/tape cd player (under the equipment category).
Cd player stops working when it gets hot. Replaced cd player/radio-same problem.
See all problems of the 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier.
There are numerous things, and the delaership has convinced gm, because I wrote gm about the problems with this, that I am making this stuff up to get an SUV. First the radio wasn't working, they put the cable back on said it was loose, its still not sounding like a radio should. Next was the popping in the front end, dealership turned rotors, under warranty back brakes squealed real loud they said it was dust I had to pay for that. Back brakes still squeal, front end still pops like a bad cv joint. Trunk wouldn't shut had to keep slamming it. Took it back they greased it worked for awhile starting to get hard to shut sometimes. Brake lights and back lights and cruise control quit working . Took it to dealership at least 5 or 6 times till they finally replaced it how long it will last I don't know. Front sun visor popped when it hung up in rear view mirror real floppy can't use it no more dealer said they ordered it in December. Still waiting not fixed. Real bad odor of gas in car when tank is half full, no explanation as to why. Seat belt makes a funny noise when you are wearing it, pins you back against seat real hard. No explanation for that. Have to stop and jerk on it to loosen it like a seat belt should work. Dealer says I am imagining this stuff because I do not want car, bought it new still paying for it. Been trying to get rid of it they have everyone convinced I am a psycho woman wanting an SUV and thats why I am complaining that is all false. Just plain hate a car I am paying for.
See all problems of the 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier.
2003 Chevrolet Cavalier experienced problems with brake lights, turn signals, and tail lights. ** answer required***. The brake lights and tail lights shorted out many times, the tail light socket was also replaced. The consumer received a recall letter #04v524000. The consumer took the vehicle to have the service performed, however that did not seem to remedy the problem. The vehicle has been in the shop on numerous occasions regarding this problem, the consumer did not believe her vehicle was satisfactorily repaired. The cd would not eject. The right side power window made a noise when it was rolled down.
Engine check light comes on at low speed and the gauges fluctating. When vehicle is turned off and back on only the service engine soon light stays on. Receiver/cd player the paint is rubbing off the buttons.
See all problems of the 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier.
I have had continual problems with my cd-player not ejecting cds.
See all problems of the 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier.
Stereo cassette player fails intermittently.
Cd players scratch cd's when first putting in, which gm admitted to in a letter. The third cd player not only scratches but skips erratically and tuner will not alway receive channels just static.
See all problems of the 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier.
This is the third Cavalier I have owned, and the last. Thought it was a great car, guess I was wrong. The radio has been replaced 3 times, the brakes 3 times (they wear funny), the seat broke and I fell into my 3 year old in the back seat. And Chevrolet has once again stood by their word, I am the second owner of this car, so they will do nothing. What a company.
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