Chevrolet Cavalier owners have reported 25 problems related to turn signal (under the exterior lighting category).
The contact owns a 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier. While driving approximately 25 mph, the vehicle experienced unintended acceleration even though the brake pedal was engaged. The contact mentioned that the turn signal lights also failed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failures. The failure mileage was unknown.
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The contact owns a 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier. The contact stated that the speedometer and both turn signal lights failed. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician was unable to diagnose the failure. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000.
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First driver side rear turn signal blinked rapidly, then brake light and turn light ceased to work. When checked, the light and lens were fused (melted) together. As well driver side window ceased to work. Mechanic stated its electrical and advised I check recalls. Also sometimes gas pedal accelerates without pressure from me. No cruise control engaged, not able to determine when or why. . . Just occasionally happens.
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The contact owns a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier. The contact stated the lower brake light does not work. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated they previously repaired the failure under NHTSA recall campaign id number 04v524000; exterior lighting, turn signal. Although the failure occurred again he had to pay for the new repairs since they were not covered under the recall. The manufacturer was not contacted. The failure mileage was 168,000.
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2004 Chevrolet Cavalier exterior brake light and back turn signal are not functioning.
The contact owns a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier . The left tail light turn signal was inoperable. The bulb had not blown therefore she speculated that there was an electrical failure. The vehicle was previously repaired according to recall campaign id number 04v524000 (exterior lighting:turn signal), therefore she was ineligible for a free remedy. No further repairs had been made to remedy the failure. The current and failure mileages were under 77,000. The vehicle identification number was unavailable.
The contact owns a 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier. The contact replaced the bulbs for her turn signals and brake lights on three different occasions. The fourth time it was discovered that the turn signal flasher sockets, located in the trunk of her vehicle, had burned out. The powertrain was unknown. The current mileage is 59,000 and failure mileage was 57,000. Updated 07/26/07.
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: the contact stated though the recall work on NHTSA recall # 04v524000 was performed on two occasions, the rear turn signals on the vehicle continued to fail. The service dealer manager was contacted, who informed the contact that there would be a 100 dollar deductible charged to diagnose the problem. The manufacturer was contacted, who informed the contact that they had completed the recall agreement and were under no further obligation to offer assistance.
The contact owns a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier. While driving approximately 20 mph, the turn signal failed to activate after several attempts. The failure occurred intermittently and the vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer for inspection. The technician discovered that the vehicle was previously repaired according to NHTSA campaign id number 04v524000 (exterior lighting:turn signal); however, the remedy was insufficient. The turn signal module was replaced, but the failure recurred three weeks later. The vehicle has not been repaired again. The failure mileage was unknown and current mileage was 100,000.
The blinker assembly unit is burning out the bulb on the rear passenger side every other day. Owner contacted the manufacturer and the dealer who wants to charge the owner $34. 00 just to look at the defect.
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On January 28th 2005, I took my 2003 chevy Cavalier to my gm dealership for service on a recall issued by you and gm, recall #04083. This recall is one of the most blatent disreguard for human life. You gave chevy options! options, that shouldnâ€™t have been given because with these options human life is still at risk! this recall allows chevy to apply grease before replacing the rear lamp bulb sockets, not just to replace them and insure my saftey as a comsumer. My car was serviced on January 28th 2005 for this recall. Grease was applied and with in 3 days my passenger side rear lamp failed and had done so with all signs listed on the recall. But because the dealer had â€œdoneâ€� the recall they tried to tell me it was a burnt out light bulb. Which in the end proved not to be. The whole socket was then replaced on January 31st 2005. Fast foward to April, my warranty has since expired. When my drivers side rear lamp fails, also with all the signs listed on the recall, but because the dealer had â€œdoneâ€� the recall they tried to tell me it was a burnt out light bulb. I check the lightbulb, which was fine. I called the dealership and spoke with the service manager and addressed the situation. Why were both the sockets not replaced at the time the passenger side failed? the answer I received made me take a step back. I was told, chevy does not allow them both to be replaced unless they are both broken or in this case have failed. Chevy will not replace something unless it is brokeâ€¦. Even if it is a saftey recall! to clarify the situation I contacted Chevrolets customer service line and received the same information. The dealearship ended up fixing the recall at no charge to me, on April 30th 2005. Why was chevy given any options? why was my life put on the line for a mere $100. 00, if that? this recall needs to be recalled itself and chevy needs to be made to replace each and every rear lightbulb socket on every chevy Cavalier it produced in 2003.
Consumer had recall on tstop light and turn signals. Consumer took vehicle to fox Chevrolet for repairs, and vehicle did not have right turn signal or stop light on the passenger's side. Consumer called fox Chevrolet, and dealer said that he should bring vehicle in next Thursday. Consumer wanted to take vehicle back right away because he felt that vehicle was not safe without proper lights. He did not want to drive unsafe vehicle for a week.
Rear turn signal on 2003 failed for 5th time in 5 months. Problem is described in NHTSA campaign 04v524000. Dealer and gm customer service at 1-800-222-1020 says my VIN does not apply to this recall campaign. My VIN is 1g1jc52f237271477.
One day the left rear blinker light stopped working. We replaced the bulb and one month later the blinker went out again. The blinker blinks really fast to notify you that the bulb is out. A week later, the blinker does not work and the bulb is fine.
Turn signals failed to stay on . Turn signal could turn itself on/off. Turn signal system was replaced seven time by dealership. But problem was not solved.
Consumer was concerned with replacing the turn signal light bulbs on the left side 3 times within 9 months. Dealer and the manufacturer were not notified .
While driving. The rear right and left signal lights went out. The flash will rapidly blink indicating which side is not working. The consumer took the vehicle to the dealer. Problem has not been resolved. Please provide any further information.
04 v 524 000/rear light bulb socket assembles: the consumer stated, the recall remedy was performed three times on the left rear tail lights socket and two times on the right tail lights socket and the bulbs continued to fail. The dealer was still unable to locate the problem.
The rear turn signal fails intermittently. Has taken vehicle to dealership. The mechanic states that the light burns through the socket which causes failure.
The left and right signal and markers lights failed due to corroded sockets .
On 2 separate occasions the turn signal went out while turing, almost causing a rear end collision. This occured due to the defect as described in recall 04v524000 concerning rear light bulb socket assembly. However, this vehicle wa snot included in the recall due to VIN.
I've owned my 2003 Cavalier for 1 yr. 3 months. I'm very irritated with having to go to the dealership every other month for the same problem. I've had my car in 7 times to get the taillight fixed. The first 2 times the light blew out, my radio completely wiped out my preset stations. I also had my car in 2 months after I bought it because there was a bad snow and as I was driving 5 mph I bumped over a pot hole which ended up cracking my spring and strut on the front pass. Side. I had to pay out of pocket because the repair was $100 less than my deductible. And I was in the service dept. A week before complaining of a squeak coming from my front tire that they put off as the wheel cover. Coincidence?there was no reason that the spring and strut should have cracked like that! I've also, just for the record, asked them twice to check my brakes because as I come to a stop they begin to pulsate. The service dept. Told me I needed new brakes. I've only had my car for 1 year, 24,000 mostly highway miles!!! they want $250. 00 to fix my brakes and they should still be under warranty. Even midas gurantees their brakes w/ a lifetime warranty. You'd think the manufacturer would for an original owner. It's only 2 pads for goodness sake! if I knew how, I'd do it myself. A service tech told me that gm is well aware of these safety hazards that other gm customers like myself are experiencing, yet they aren't doing a recall. Something needs to be done before something bad happens to someone while in their vehicle. Not doing anything is bad business!! customers should be first priority. As a manufacturer, your responsibility is toward your customer if something you sell or manufacture is defective!!!.
The right turn signal light burned out 3 times within this year. Took vehicle to dealer, and the dealer indicated that the sockets were corroded.
I own a 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier from new and now have 23,000 miles on it. The problem I have is the decibel level of the turn signal is very hard to hear with the window open or the radio on and find myself forgeting to turn it off after using it to change lanes on the freeway. Because I can not heard the ticking sound. This only confuses other drivers around me. Should be recalled to have a flasher with a higher sound level installed. Please look into this.
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Turn signals failed.
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|Brake Light problems||
|Turn Signal problems||
|Headlight Switch problems||
|Exterior Lighting problems||
|Tail Light problems||
|Tail Light Switch problems||
|Turn Signal Flasher Unit problems||
|Turn Signal Switch problems||
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light problems||