Chevrolet Impala owners have reported 139 problems related to wheel (under the wheel category).
My sterring wheel on my 2009 chevy Impala has recently started getting stuck once the engine hs been cut off and parked. Sometimes I don't have any problems turning the key and it cranks right on up while majority of the time I have to rock my steering wheel back and forth while turning the key. My tire and pressure light stays on even after I have brought new tires and a oil change. My actuator makes a clicking noise when I crank up my car and last about a minute or two then stops.
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The contact owns a 2013 Chevrolet Impala. While making a left turn, the contact heard a grinding noise coming from the front driver's side wheel. The contact stated that the abs, traction control, and service brake assist indicator illuminated. The dealer was not contacted. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and informed the contact to take the vehicle to a local dealer. The VIN was invalid. The failure mileage was 85,000.
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The front wheels of my vehicle started drifting left and right. Started hearing a clanging noise when l would turn. Lower control arms broke, my power steering is going because of it. This is terrible. I saw there is a recall on some just not my VIN#. Vehicle was in motion just started to pull to one side. Merging onto the highway .
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My car started having the traction control come on about 2-3 years ago. I was told I needed a new transmission. The transmission was cracked-Chevrolet said not their fault, so, I replaced the transmission. Then, it started doing it again. I replaced the brake pads. It stopped. Then, started up again. Took to the Chevrolet garage who put it on their total diagnostic machine. Told I need both bearings on the front. At a $972. 00 price tag for this, I bought the bearings and had another garage put them on at a great reduction in cost to me on labor. Now, it is doing it again. At first it was only every once in awhile. The wheel sensors appear to be fine. Now I notice it is doing it a lot more and starting to do it when I accelerate from a stop at certain times. I bought this car brand new, and, for its age, it does not even have 60,000 miles on it. (the date that that I am using in the next step here it began is the date when it really started doing its 'tricks' a lot more).
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I bought brand new handkook tires 3 yrs ago,n already all 4 tires have dryrot I have only 9000 miles on them n suppose 2 be good 4 100,000 miles do I contact them or the store I got them from n they fit my 95 chevy luminia LS n I bought a chevy 2000 Impala LS n rims from luminia fit the Impala LS so we switched them n now after 3 yrs 2 on this car r dry rotted n abs system is new n lite wont go out is it a sensor or something else n trany when motor gets 2 140,the trany shifts hard is that a sensor also t. Y. Mrs. Deborah a normandin n my car is in the web site carfax. Com I own the vechile the date below is when I notiched it so now I have 2 take 4 pics of all the tires?.
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Turned on my car started pushing on the gas my car made a weird vibration type sound. Came up on message board traction control after a couple times of it doing that, the abs and tax light come on and on the message window it says system traction service. It kinda freaked me out cause I was stopped at a red light went to go hit the gas and it said traction control and I moved a little than I had to let go of gas then try again. Also have had a couple incidents where I go to break and it makes a vibration feeling on the brake and brings up traction control again. Really would like this checked out very concerned. Don't want to get in an accident cause my car fails to take off.
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Auto braking system constantly goes on / off told it's hub sensor. Replace hub same problem internet has many people with same problem, and spent more than me troubleshooting the problem and still can't resolve this problem. How can you tell if brakes are failing if this system continues to alarm for no known reason.
When my car is in motion in the street, turning, braking and driving slow my traction control comes on and says reduce engine speed and the light for my engine comes on. I don't know what is causing this problem and I dont have any invoices, any police reports nor any insurance claims.
I continue to have problems with my front left hub after replacing. I have replaced the wiring harness as well. Wondered if there are service bulletins with this same issue. While driving the car it makes a horrible grinding noise described to me as the hub adjusting the speed of one tire to match the other. It also flashes brake assist and stabilitrack issues as well as anti lock alert. This happens mostly turning left but most recently even while driving straight down the road.
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I am the owner of a 2009 Chevrolet Impala and for months my car keeps locking when I turn to the left or right. I have had the wheel bearings replaced, a hub assembly kit put on, new tire rods, a rack and pinion, new breaks, new rotors and a new break line put on and still my car keeps locking up on me. When I turn the abs and traction lights come on and I'm stuck at a pause and can't move for about 10-20 seconds. Can you please steer me in the direction as to what needs to be fixed before a serious accident happens that's out of my control. I'm afraid to drive my car yet it's the only means of transportation for my family and I. Also I have to travel long distances to and from work. So please if there is anything you can tell me or where to lead me please let me know something. Thank you.
On 01/03/2017, on a busy snow packed intersection, when the light turned green, I was pushed off the road by a large pickup truck, into a curb, which curb is taller than my Impala's frame to ground clearance. My left front tire and rim were ruined. The driver of the pickup continued north leaving the scene of the accident. Prior to gm's bankruptcy, my Impala ss, which was made in canada, is a rusty, poorly painted, hastily thrown together piece of junk. It needs many used parts with which to make needed repairs. Reasonably priced, quality used parts are impossible to locate.
Tl-the contact rented a 2017 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that the left rear wheel came off while driving 50 mph. The vehicle was left at the side of the road near a farm. The contact called alamo rental car to pick up the vehicle. The vehicle manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle failure mileage was at 8,000. Ds.
Rented an alamo rental car at the dfw airpor on 12/23/16. . Left rear wheel came off vehicle while driving straight at highway speed on texas hwy 36 causing the car to loose control and spin off the road.
After reversing, then when accelerating out to make a left turn, my car makes a grinding noise, I can feel it in my accelerator and I lose power, my traction control light goes on, sometimes my brake assist, abs, and stabiltrak lights come on too. . . If I back off and try again I can then accelerate out and proceed as normal, happens intermittently, hard to duplicate, makes me feel unsafe if I need to accelerate out of a turn then I will not have the ability to do so. I want to take it in to see if it needs a repair, but by reading forums, many many people have had this same problem with the chevy Impala and have paid hundreds of dollars to get different things fixed, and it doesn't solve the issue. Started 3 weeks ago, and has happened many time in that 3 weeks. My car has about 85,000 miles on it. I use to love my Impala, now just want to get rid of it.
"takata recall" when I turn my wheel to the left adn proceed to drive . The traction control light comes on and I hear a rubbing noise. I have had it looked at and they don't believe the wheel hub or bearings is bad. I have noticed other Impala owners are having the same issue. My vehicle is 78,000 miles and my bumper to bumper warranty has expired. I feel that this should be fixed by Chevrolete by a recall. Asap I am needing to drive accross the country of round trip miles of 4,000. Very scared to drive my car , affraid that it is the bearing and will lock up on me on the freeway. Please take immediate attention to this problem.
The contact owns a 2013 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that the electronic stability control warning indicator kept illuminating. While making left turns, the wheels on the vehicle made an abnormal noise and the speed reduced. It was difficult to accelerate each time the failure occurred. The vehicle was taken to the dealer more than twice for various repairs, but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified. The approximate failure mileage was 76,000.
The abs, traction control, brake assist and sbilitrak warning lights come on intermittently while driving. A grinding noise can be heard coming from the front-left wheel. This usually occurs while accelerating from a dead stop or making left turns from a dead stop. I have gotten both hubs replaced and it still is happening.
Tl-the contact owns a 2006 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that while driving at 55 mph, the vehicle started to make a whining noise on the rear passenger side of the vehicle. The contact coasted to the side of the road and notice that the rear passenger tire split in two. The vehicle was taken to the new and use tire dealer. The tires was not replaced. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 154,000. Aw.
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My car has been making a grinding noise when backing up or turning left. It does it once in a while. When accelerated it doesn't go anywhere then it takes off. Almost caused my daughter to have a wreck today and I'm not pleased. Took it to a few places to have it checked and it wouldn't do it. After today, I am not to happy with my 2013 Chevrolet Impala ltz. Something needs to be done about this continuing problem with these cars. Is it gonna take someone to die before Chevrolet does something about it. My daughter was turning into a busy intersection when this happened.
At 29k the right rear wheel bearing became defective and needed replacement. This should not happen at such low mileage. Yes this vehicle is exposed to nys winters but the car is garaged and well maintained. The rear of the knuckle is wide open to the elements exposing the hub bearing to the elements and this is an easy fix simply by creating a cap on the back side of the knuckle eliminating debris exposure. It is my opinion that the part was simply defective based on several newer similar gm vehicles having the same problems.
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My car has warn out two sets of tires on the rear . The still is showing . I have always known the front tires to ware out twice as fast as the rear. However, it is not happening with this Impala. For some reason the steel in the tires are always showing close to the middle of the tire. I don't drive much so this is a big problem for me. When it happened the first time with the tires that came on the car, I bought a new set and had the car aligned. It has done it again so I believe there is a defect in the car.
The contact owns a 2013 Chevrolet Impala. While driving 25 mph, the electronic stability control warning indicator illuminated. While attempting to make a right turn, the front driver's side wheel seized, and the contact's vehicle was rear ended by another vehicle. There were no injuries and a police report was not filed. The vehicle was taken to the dealer to be diagnosed, but the mechanic was unable to retrieve a fault code. While test driving the vehicle, the mechanic experienced the failure. The contact was informed that the front driver's side wheel hub assembly, stabilizer bar, the front driver and passenger side tie rods, and brakes should be replaced to mitigate the failure. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000.
When starting from a standstill, the traction control system seems to kick in and the indicator light comes on. Initial occurrences only seemed to happen when turning left from a standstill, but now it is occurring when turning either direction from a standstill. This is occurring at low speeds on both dry and wet pavement with very little acceleration (I. E. , no tire slippage).
Purchased set of 4 yokohama ascend 225/55tr17 on August 27,2013 to replace oem tires. A front end alignments was completed @ 3,385 miles before the purchase. Another front end alignment was completed @ 26,327 miles on July 2, 2015. Tires were maintained at 35psi with rotations occurring at 6344, 26327, 33445 & 41614. With steering wheel vibration occurring, it was determined tire separation occurred on the right front at 49,179 miles. Tire was replaced at a prorated rate on may 16, 2016. On September 7, 2016 a similar steering wheel vibration was noticed approximate 600 miles from home. Upon nearing home, excessive steering wheel and vehicle oscillations where observed at speeds >45mph. On September 9, 2016 it was determined that a second tire had separated, this time it was the left front at 49,625 miles. Tire was replaced at a prorated basis. All mileages are stated in tread wear with this complaint being based on fmvss & cfr experience.
Goodyear eagle LS 2 tire on a 2013 Impala experienced a sidewall split and tire deflation while driving on a city street. The distance covered from the time the tire developed a perceptible "thump" till the sidewall ruptured and tire went flat was between one and two miles. Until that time, the tps did not come on. The entire event occurred within 5 minutes. Separation occurred between the radial plies and the outer rubber coverig of the sidewall. The goodyear eagle LS 2 tires were original equipment on this vehicle. Mileage on the tires at the time of this failure was 39,000. Tires have always beem maintained to manufacturers specifications.