Has anyone else been contacted to bring in their Orlando for a quick check? Apparently it's a recall on some new orlandos but they didn't tell me what it was for... Which is a little worrying but I was told its nothing urgent..! I Have an LTZ auto diesel.
No recall, but I wish they would - to rectify the horrible 'knocking' noises from the suspension. Dealer says it's 'normal' on both the Orlando & the Captiva & can find no fault with any of the suspension components. It's such a shame really since this is a great car in every other respect - apart from the DPF, but I have to say that it completely spoils any driving enjoyment & I fail to understand Chevrolet can produce a model with such an obvious flaw. Did you eventually discover what your recall was for?
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