Make GM issue a recall for faulty rocker arm valve in 2014 & 2015 Chevy Impalas & Malibus

Make GM issue a recall for faulty rocker arm valve in 2014 & 2015 Chevy Impalas & Malibus

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Hayley McDaniel started this petition to General Motors and

There is an issue with both the 2014 and 2015 Chevrolet Impala and the Malibu. A part in the engine will stop working properly and the vehicle began to lose power and then regain power while accelerating and also while still in motion even while not currently accelerating. It also will negatively effect the fuel economy and oil distribution in the vehicle. The part is a rocker arm (part# 12633613) and is not available and there is no estimated time per GM when it will be available again.

My vehicle has not been safe to drive and has been sitting at the dealership waiting on the repair since October 15th 2019, it is currently January 8th 2020. With a little bit of research I was able to determine that the availability of this part has been an issue for vehicle owners going back to June of 2019. This part is an issue for all 2014 and 2015 Impala and Malibu vehicles with the engine type in the 2014 Impala LS.

The dealership has referred to the GM part as being defective yet GM has not issued a recall. GM refuses to provide any information regarding the part and will not even confirm if it will ever be produced again. This issue is effecting thousands of vehicles and GM’s failure to address this issue is leaving the owners of the affected vehicles driving in unsafe vehicles, some owners may not even be aware of this problem. GM needs to issue a recall or manufacture more of the part if it is simply a production issue (which they will not confirm or deny). This issue effects the safety of everyone on the road and additionally it adds an undue financial burden to the owners of the affected vehicles. 
Make General Motors do the right thing! 

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