Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, and other Vehicles may experience Dead Battery Issues

Shub & Johns launches investigation into vehicles like the Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, and potentially other malfunctioning vehicles that are experiencing issues with their batteries. Consumers report that their pick up trucks batteries’ are inexplicably losing battery charge.

Affected by this? Fill out the form and continue reading.

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Dead Battery Issues in 2023 vehicles

Many owners and drivers of 2023 vehicles, such as the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon, are waking up to their vehicles’ batteries losing charge. A previous issue concerning battery drains was suspected to have been caused by issues from over-the-air software updates for these technologically equipped vehicles. However, an increase in these batter drain issues drives consumers to wonder what may really be causing this.

Whether these issues are as result of errors with over-the-air software updates for entertainment systems or standard manufacturing malfunctions, it is up to the dealership or the manufacturer, such as General Motors, to address these issues at large.

Vehicle Owners have a right to worry about their battery dying. Many individuals rely on driving their vehicle to get to their job, travel to events, and in emergency cases, rely on their vehicles to visit the doctor. If these drivers are economically impacted by the manufacturer’s negligence, they may be able to bring claims against them.

Have you experienced issues with your vehicle’s battery? Let us know! Fill out the attached form and contact Shub & Johns today!

Vehicle Dead Batteries Intake Form