hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
103,500 miles

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problem #3

Aug 012017

Escalade Hybrid

  • 134,000 miles
GM must recall all escalade 2009 for engine low oil pressure in all vehicles of this year, due to cam problems. GM knows it, but avoiding it.

- St. Cloud, FL, USA

problem #2

Feb 012016

Escalade Hybrid

  • 147,000 miles
Experienced intermittent illumination of the service engine soon lamp, illumination of diagnostic trouble codes including service brakes soon, reduced engine power, stabilitrak, battery and stalling of vehicle. Taken to the dealer for service repeatedly and dealer cannot diagnose. Also contacted GM to no avail. Searched online and discovered that a recall was issued by the NHTSA: Original recall from the NHTSA manufacturer's report date: May 18, 2009 NHTSA campaign id number: 09V154000 NHTSA action number: N/a component: Fuel system, gasoline potential number of units affected: 27,188 manufacturer should replace a new fuel system control module free of charge. However, the manufacturer has refused to diagnose and is not offering any further assistance. Even though I have taken the vehicle to the dealer repeatedly.

- Somerville, NJ, USA

problem #1

Jan 072014

Escalade Hybrid 8-cyl

  • 29,500 miles
While traveling at highway speed of 70 mph, the engine power got reduced abruptly without any warning and the vehicle speed reduced to about 30 mph. This abrupt loss of engine power and reduction of speed from 70 mph to 30 mph caused near-crash conditions on a busy highway where all vehicles were traveling uniformly at 70 mph, narrowly avoiding multiple collisions. The check engine warning lights came on. After stopping the vehicle at a lay-by for a few minutes, everything returned back to normal. The check engine warning lights went off. Subsequently, this problem has been coming up intermittently without any warning and returning to normal by itself. This is a safety hazard which can cause serious accidents and injuries.

- Grand Prairie, TX, USA