Llamados a Revisión

XJ6

Moderador
Miembro del equipo
Feb 1, 2008
17,108
¿800 mil por cambiar una tapa? mejor dicho..boto ese tiesto al rio y cobro el seguro.
 

Independiente

Antiguo y Clásico
Feb 29, 2008
7,361
Chevrolet

¿Los de Chevrolet creen que uno compra un carro nuevo para pasársela visitando el taller por garantía?

GM-Colmotores se parece a SaludPloop. Como líderes del mercado se creen intocables y por eso abusan y marranean al cliente. Con la excusa de que la garantía atiende los daños se lavan las manos.

Con lo que no cuentan es que un cliente insatisfecho no vuelve a comprar. Con el pasar de los años, ¿cuántos clientes que visitaron el taller con su carro nuevo volverán a comprar un carro con la mala calidad de Chevrolet?

¿En GM-Colmotores no hacen las cuentas sobre lo que les cuesta atender tantos servicios por garantía?
 
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Stig

Bob Patiño - Alpaca Chu - Barney - M87
Ene 4, 2010
8,562
Jajaja, estábamos viendo lo mismo entonces. Qué paila. El video en la página de la BBC lo muestra "en acción".
 

Patojo01

Antiguo y Clásico
Feb 9, 2008
1,021
Ford llama 1.1 millones de vehículos, por episodios de corrosión en el tanque de combustible

Transcribo la noticia por si no les funciona el enlace:

Fuente: Automotive News

Ford recalls 1.1 million vehicles, including F-150, for corrosion of fuel-tank straps
August 1, 2011 - 4:04 pm ET


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WASHINGTON (Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 1 million trucks, including the F-150, the top-selling U.S. vehicle, because straps that secure fuel tanks to the vehicles may corrode and cause the tanks to fall.

The defect has led to three fires and one injury, Ford spokesman Wesley Sherwood said in an e-mail. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced the recall today on its Web site.

The recalls follow an investigation opened last year by the U.S. auto-safety regulator. They are being made in 21 U.S. states, and the District of Columbia, where de-icing chemicals used on roads in cold weather may cause corrosion of the metal straps.

The trucks being recalled are "older, higher-mileage" vehicles and have fuel-tank straps that "can corrode after operation for extended periods of time in high-corrosion areas," Sherwood said.

Ford said the recall covers 1.1 million pickup trucks, including F-150s from model years 1997 to 2004; F-250s from model years 1997 to 1999; and Lincoln Blackwoods from model years 2002 to 2003.

The company said it will notify owners of affected vehicles in mid-September and make repairs at no cost.

Ford earlier this year recalled more than 1 million F-150s for air-bag defects after a push by U.S. regulators. Air bags in trucks from model years 2004 to 2006 may not deploy when needed.



Read more: http://www.autonews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20110801/RETAIL05/110809983/1489#ixzz1TpEdTqpe
 

FFcolombiano

Antiguo y Clásico
Feb 1, 2008
5,443
Como jodido eso que uno vaya andando en su carro y se le caiga el tanque de combustible. De todas formas, ya es para que en Cartagena -si es que hay de los modelos referidos- se hubieren desprendido varios, con esta corrosión tan agresiva que hay aquí.
 

Patojo01

Antiguo y Clásico
Feb 9, 2008
1,021
Honda recalls 2.5 million vehicles

Honda recalls 2.5 million vehicles globally for software issue

"Sin actualizar el software, la transmisión automática de estos vehículos podría dañarse si el conductor cambia rápidamente entre las marchas. Eso podría causar que el motor se detenga o que sea difícil poner el coche en parqueo."

Read more: http://www.autonews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20110805/RETAIL05/110809880/1493#ixzz1UCkt8XAN"

Fuente: Automotive News

DETROIT (Reuters) -- Honda Motor Co. said today it will recall 2.49 million cars, small SUVs and minivans worldwide, including its popular Accord sedan, to repair a software problem that could damage the automatic transmission.

The recall includes 1.5 million vehicles in the United States, 760,000 in China and 135,142 in Canada, the automaker said in a statement.

Globally, the recall affects four-cylinder Accord sedans for the model years 2005 to 2010.

The company is also recalling vehicles in parts of Europe, the Middle East, South America, Mexico and Puerto Rico. The recall did not affect vehicles sold in Honda's home Japan market.

In the United States and Canada, the recall also includes the CR-V crossover for the model years 2007 to 2010 as well as the small SUV Element from 2005 to 2008.

In China, the recall also includes more than 160,000 Odyssey minivans from 2005 to 2009 and about 4,000 Spirior cars, which are based on the European version of the Accord, for the 2010 model year.

Without updating the software, the automatic transmission in these vehicles could be damaged if the driver quickly shifts between gears. That might cause the engine to stall or make it difficult to put the car into park.

This week, Consumer Reports said it was not recommending the 2012 Honda Civic. This has led some industry analysts to ask if that is a symptom of larger problems at the automaker, which ranks fifth in U.S. sales this year.

The company has said it disagreed with the influential U.S. consumer advocate's assessment.

Chris Martin, Honda spokesman at the company's U.S. headquarters in California, said today the recall was not a sign of deeper difficulties.

Martin said the current recall was the result of "extremely unusual circumstances. The far majority of our consumers would never really encounter this. It's software programing. It's not a weakness in the transmission per se."

No injuries or deaths have been reported from this problem, Martin said.

Honda said the problems might arise if the transmission were quickly shifted between the reverse, neutral and drive positions. A driver might do this in an attempt to dislodge a vehicle in mud or snow.

The automatic transmission secondary shaft bearing could be damaged in this scenario.

An update to transmission control module software will ease the transition between gears and reduce the possibility of damage.

Honda will begin informing U.S. consumers at the end of August. It did not disclose expected cost of the recall.

The software update will take about a half-hour, but customers may have to leave their cars at Honda dealerships for a longer period, Martin said.



Read more: http://www.autonews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20110805/RETAIL05/110809880/1493#ixzz1UCjuwbV3
 

carlosd

Antiguo y Clásico
Nov 28, 2010
3,039
buenos días, varias dudas respecto a este tema, ¿estos llamados de revisión también se han echo en Colombia? y ¿a alguno de ustedes les a tocado uno de estos llamados?