Leaking water on my 2010 Chevy equinox

Asked by Feb 17, 2017 at 10:06 AM about the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox LT1 AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Leaking water on my 2010 Chevy equinox, sensor
for all wheel drive went out for the rear clutch on the
driver side. Took it into dealer dealer replace that
pick the car up four days later $1000.00. Was on a
trip got on the road two hours to the ride the light
comes back on ! Called the dealer back in Georgia
he stated go to his sister dealer took the car there
they wanted $700 to find a massive water leak on
the passenger side then they would look at the
problem . stated in the report the car has a massive
water leak. Says nothing about GM knowing about
it. ! My dad was a Chevy man! I was a Chevy man! I
bought this brand-new it's gone through four timing
chains it just went over 80,000 miles. Dealer change
the oil on a regular basis told me I can't let it go
lower on oil told him in 3000 miles should be .  The
car  eats oil .  So my question is who do I contact if
you could please help me ?

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My 2010 Chevy Equinox has been a nightmare. I special ordered it brand new. Replaced a timing chain, replaced the complete air conditioner system. Burns oil. Did an oil test several times with the dealer. THey change the oil. I bring it back 1000 miles later. 1.5 quarts low and they tell me this is normal...SAY WHAT!!!. So yes, my car eats oil also. Now I have a leak in the car. I first noticed condensation on the inside windows. The dealer said they couldn't find anything. My mechanic said these cars are known to have water leaking around the roof rack. Cost me $200. The car is full of mildew and the smell transfers to my clothing when I am in it. Got in it last night and there was condensation on the inside windows again. The other night the heat/air blower would not shut off. When I needed it to work last night when the condensation was on the inside windows, it would not go on. I have 67,000 miles on this car and at my wits end. I need to trade it in big time but I first have to find the leak so I can get rid of the smell. This car has been a total piece of shit.

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