My horn just did the same thing... started blaring for no reason... car was sitting in the driveway off for 4 hours. I had to remove the fuse to stop it.
I don't know what you guys are talking about. I have a 2005 Wave and I use to use it for delivery work for three years, and was quite hard on the poor car, but I never had a problem with it. I get about 450KM per tank and I never plugged it in during the winter, even when it got as cold as -50 degrees, and it always started for me the first time. Perhaps you guys got lemons. All car manufacturers can make lemons.
I love my Wave; it has never let me down.
I agree. My Pontiac 07 has been nothing but amazing to me. I drive to school every day during the week, as well as drop off people in my car pool, and still have plenty of gas left over.
I don't mind my 07 Wave, but the airbag light is always on.. Had the computer replaced once already in the engine for the same problem. Otherwise, it has been very reliable.
I bought a 2007 Pontiac Wave in August 2007. At that time it was new.
I have had problems with the whole left side of the car. I have had to replace the headlight 5 times, just on the left side. I have had to replace the wheel bearings, on the left side, the strut on just the left side.
It is the worst car I have ever had. I would never buy a GM product again. The gas mileage is awful. It sucks the gas right out of it. It is over priced and worth no value.
I can't wait to have it paid off, so I can buy a real vehicle. I will not take it on any long trips, in case it breaks down. I don't trust the car at all. GM should be embarrassed to sell these cars.
So far the car has been okay. Decent gas mileage and extremely nice to drive. I always trust GM, seeing as how my dad's 93 Chevy Cheyenne still has the original radiator, and purrs like a dream. Chevy is the way to go. Oh, and the truck has driven across the country.
I bought a used 2007 Wave SE in fall 2010, it had 17000kms approximately.
I did some reading and reviews were not entirely unfavorable and the price was good for a loaded with options small car that was supposed to get good mileage.
I know people with older model Chevy Aveos or Suzuki Swifts and they get fantastic mileage.
I got 14l/100km in the city and 10l/100km on the highway.
I had the dealer tell me that nothing comes up on the diagnostic so nothing is wrong with the car.
Needless to say I put as few kms on the car as possible and traded as quick as I could.
I have a 2007 Wave that I bought red flagged. Yes it was in a accident with 5793km on it. I average about 460km per tank.
I am just getting to the 120,000km and so far I have found the aftermarket suspension is not for this car and I am finally getting into some problems. I think that it is PCV valve but not sure. The car is hesitating at low RPMs.
I am on the third set of rear shocks and just replaced the front recently. I give her a tune-up every 30,000km or so and the only thing that I have replaced besides that is the intake pipe.
I can still push this car to get over 500kms to a tank if I tried. So I must be doing something right.
I have a 2007 Pontiac Wave hatchback.
I also had the horn issue. I noticed the common factor was rain. It would go off anytime there was a hard rain. It happened driving down the highway in the rain, it would happen in the middle of the night if it was raining hard, etc. I had to take it in 4 times before they finally put the hose on it to find where the short was.
Right now, it has an issue that the RPMs will rev higher then they should, and the car feel like it wants to stall constantly. The check engine light is on, and the dealership told me it was the battery.
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