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Battery Dead problems of the 2004 Chevrolet Suburban



Two problems related to battery dead have been reported for the 2004 Chevrolet Suburban.

car   Battery Dead problem 1
Failure Date: 02/10/2009

Instrument cluster panel in a 2004 chevy Suburban was diagnosed by a gm dealership as defective on 3/4/2009 with 70,400miles. Oil gauge and battery gauge fails to read properly often bouncing around/fluttering around during vehicle operation. Gauges do not return to zero while vehicle is not operating. Gauge failure was noted on 2/10/2009. Gm has yet to agree to replace cluster panel though a letter was sent to gm owners regarding matter. Letter clearly states not to bring vehicle in to have cluster panel checked until there is believed to be an issue.

car   Battery Dead problem 2
Failure Date: 08/01/2006

Owner of a 2004 chevy tahoe z71 4x4 lat August 2006 my vehicle will not start after an overnight stay. Since purchasing the vehicle in may of 2004, I had to replace the speedometer. After towing my vehicle to the dealer, 5 times I was told that I had a bad intake manifold and it was causing my vehicle to not start. They replaced it. A few weeks later. About a month later my vehicle did not start. I took it back to the dealer, they claimed that they couldn't find anything wrong. 3 weeks later the problem emerged again, this time I was told that my battery was bad, they replaced it. Now this weekend of March 10, the same problem. My vehicle is dead and will not start. I am very anal about taking my vehicle for regular checkups. Why is that there is something wrong with the vehicle but the dealer cannot find or fix it. I cannot rely on y vehicle, I may go to work or to store etc. Expect to get in my vehicle to come home or even on vacation. The point is that I don't know when it is going to start or halt on me.