2012 chevrolet equinox problems
My husband and I have had many problems with our 2012 Chevrolet Equinox. The first being the air conditioning system. It would never cool down to below 60° and then the temp would climb to over 100°. We had no cooling system at all. In order to fix the problems, we had to disassemble the car. While the air conditioning was still working we had to start the car again. No easy task at all when the temperature was 100°.
For this year we were able to get the air conditioning working properly. When we left the house it would only be working between 65 and 75 degrees. However, we had to start the car from cold. I was not sure about this because the thermostat had gone out. We did not have it in the car to turn the air conditioner on, so I asked my husband to go and get it started. It took him four to five minutes to get the engine started.
When we got home I knew something was wrong. I didn’t have the key to the house and had to go to the garage and try to open the car’s trunk. The car had the air conditioner on, but we had to turn it on. The problem was so bad I had to turn it off, and by then it was too late. We had a full tank of gas.
The 2012 Chevy Equinox was recalled because the engine temperature sensor had possibly gotten stuck in the throttle body. This meant that the engine was operating at a higher than normal temperature and wasn’t cooling enough. This could cause a fuel-injected engine to explode and cause serious injuries.
The problem we were having was the throttle body was not properly venting, thus a more powerful, but hotter, explosion would occur. The problem was we had a full tank of gas, so we were able to drive the car to the mall even though it was overheating.
So the fix was to open the throttle and vent the engine. We got the engine cooled off and all is well. The problem is when you drive a car with a stuck throttle body, it will keep you from running the engine at full efficiency. This means that it is very difficult to control the car and keep it cool. This also means that you can overheat the car and have serious engine damage.
The problem is that you could just as easily overheat the car by driving it too fast or too much. Sometimes you need to push the throttle past its idle speed, which will cause the engine to overheat. However, the overheat will still slow you down considerably. That could lead to a catastrophic explosion or a sudden stop.
This problem is caused by an electrolyte level of the vehicle that is too high. This causes the engine to overheat and can cause the chassis to jump and cause a catastrophic explosion. The car is also a little sensitive to acceleration, which can cause the suspension to jump, causing the car to jump and cause a catastrophic explosion.
Oh and you can fix this kind of problem by taking your time with a tune up. Also, you can fix your car using a tune-up.
I’ve seen a lot of people saying that they can’t fix their car by a tune up, but I disagree. I’ve done a lot of tuning for my car, and I can fix my car with a tune up. I should also point out that I’ve had a tune up done on an older model of my car that was a very different car than the one that I’m driving.