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Hi All,
I'm new to the site, but had to post this question. I have the 2016 diesel Colorado in which I'm towing a new Keystone 220 RBI travel trailer. On a recent trip I hit a bump in the road and the engine shutdown. I coasted to the side of the road, and tried to restart but starter wouldn't crank. Called a roll back truck to tow it in. They loaded Colorado on roll back and hooked up travel trailer and delivered them to Chevy dealer. Mechanic found that the #5 fuse had blown, for the (ICCM) I think this is ignition module. My dealer has the truck now and after talking GM about it they can't find the cause. With 2500 miles on the truck I'm just a little concerned that I'll have to live with this problem. Any thoughts, Ideas.
 

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After two dealerships and GM working on the shutdown problem, they have no fix.
Looking into lemon law and complete refund.
 

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After two dealerships and GM working on the shutdown problem, they have no fix.
Looking into lemon law and complete refund.
Don't get your hopes on the Lemon. This is why i ended up with my Chevy Colorado Diesel. I had up untul 4 days ago a Honda Ridgeline. It had 4 times Knock sensor throw a "Check Engine" Light. and the dealer Autonation Honda of Miami lakes would only check the sensor to a week later have the same error come back. I brought all the paperwork for the Lemon to Honda and all they did was replace the sensor a 4th time, replace the harness and ECM for which they took my car in for 1 complete month. At the en Honda sends me a letter that i do not qualify for a lemon give than they fixed the problem. Rather than deal with those jerks and get some lawyers involved i sold that piece of **** Ridgeline and bout a real truck, a Chevrolet Colorado Diesel. F..u Honda, F.u Autonation and screw the Lemon Law.
Just saying, don't get your hopes up on it. My advice. Have it fixed on the manufacturer's dime if you can. Get a free loaner car on the mean time, Drive the **** out of it and once is fixed and tested for a week. Go to Carmax which gives you the best fro your trade and sell it. Buy something else.
 

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Don't get your hopes on the Lemon. This is why i ended up with my Chevy Colorado Diesel. I had up untul 4 days ago a Honda Ridgeline. It had 4 times Knock sensor throw a "Check Engine" Light. and the dealer Autonation Honda of Miami lakes would only check the sensor to a week later have the same error come back. I brought all the paperwork for the Lemon to Honda and all they did was replace the sensor a 4th time, replace the harness and ECM for which they took my car in for 1 complete month. At the en Honda sends me a letter that i do not qualify for a lemon give than they fixed the problem. Rather than deal with those jerks and get some lawyers involved i sold that piece of **** Ridgeline and bout a real truck, a Chevrolet Colorado Diesel. F..u Honda, F.u Autonation and screw the Lemon Law.
Just saying, don't get your hopes up on it. My advice. Have it fixed on the manufacturer's dime if you can. Get a free loaner car on the mean time, Drive the **** out of it and once is fixed and tested for a week. Go to Carmax which gives you the best fro your trade and sell it. Buy something else.
Just out of curiosity why wouldn't you go with the lemon law lawyer. The manufacturer pays for your lawyer cast. Looks like you have a good cast.
 

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Just out of curiosity why wouldn't you go with the lemon law lawyer. The manufacturer pays for your lawyer cast. Looks like you have a good cast.
I hate lawyers. They are a bunch of crooks. I'm just happier now that i switched from Honda to Chevy. so wha if it costs me a little bit of though. What goes around comes around!
 

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After two dealerships and GM working on the shutdown problem, they have no fix.
Looking into lemon law and complete refund.

My GF and I went through a lemon law Lawyer for our old Dodge Stealth.
She bought it New 2013 and it kept on having issues.
Just keep the paperwork and keep taking it in and talk to a lawyer.
We got the loan taken back and a prorated amount of the extended warranty back too.

It was not hard and did not take a long time.
 
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