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  1. Non GM affiliated Volt repair facilities in Northeast Ohio.

    Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Chevy Volt
    I have a Chevy Volt with only 29,000 miles that has a faulty drive motor bearing. Since my drive motor bearing is not covered by the Voltec warranty the dealer is looking to charge me the their retail price of almost $1500 for the repair. Does anyone know of a non-GM repair facility in...
  2. HELP 2011 Volt bearing failure at only 29,000 miles...

    Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Chevy Volt
    Please forgive me, if your seen related posts by me before. Many of those threads are months old, with fewer follow ups. I live in northeast Ohio, and own a 2011 Chevy Volt. The car is used seasonally, has rarely if ever been driven in snow or freezing temperatures, and has ONLY 29,000 MILES...
  3. Ontario / GTA Dealer Recommendations for Stator Bearing Failure Repair

    CANADA
    Hi Everyone, First thread and first post on this forum. Does anyone know of any dealer in Ontario or the GTA that has both: 1) Positively identified the stator bearing failure under regen and 2) Successfully implemented the appropriate service bulletin (PIP5081) to fix the problem To my...
  4. MGA (or MGB?) bearing went out, and I feel fine..

    Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Chevy Volt
    Usual story: engine compartment whine, changes with speed, grinding nature... The dealership took care of it in only 2 days, under warranty, gave me a free loaner car (2014 Malibu). The only thing they didn't do was charge my battery before pickup. It was great service, not really all that...
  5. Bearing failure FAQ

    Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Chevy Volt
    Compiled from various GM-Volt threads. The questions below are answered in a numbered section lower on the post. I have started to notice a sound progressively getting louder when I brake and Accelerate but mostly very loud when I am stopping. It sounds like a table saw winding down. This is...
  6. Bearing Failure vs Driving in L

    Chevy Volt Engineering and Design
    Not sure how to make this a poll, but I am very interested in the data: I have had / or am experiencing symptoms of a motor bearing failure, answer below: I drive in L more than half the time (check here) I drive in L less than half the time (check here) I have had no motor bearing...
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