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We bought a new 2022 Oasis Blue RS and the engine light keeps popping up codes U060F & U1346. We've only put 2500 miles on the car and it's happened 7 or 8 times. Here's the circumstances:

The light will come every 4 or 5 days and usually when running errands (multiple stops with 10-30 minutes of car being off).

When the light initially comes on, the first time you accelerate from 10-60mph it is VERY sluggish. The more times you stop/start the car with the light on, the less you notice this issue.

The light will be on for a day or two and eventually turn off. When the light is off the acceleration issues are not present.

We've been into the dealer multiple times and they have replaced a sensor or 2 but the issue continues.

We are now going through the BBB Auto Line to explore a buyback through state Lemon Laws.

Does anyone have experience with either this particular issue or navigating the buy back process?
 

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Usually after 3 repairs have been made for the same problem and the issue is still there you would be covered under the lemon law. Each state is a little different on how they determine what repairs a vehicle needs to qualify for the "lemon law" so make sure you look up your states info. If the dealership can't or won't fix the problem and you decide to go the lemon law route I highly recommend using an attorney who specializes in lemon law cases. They don't charge you money and they don't take money from your settlement, GM reimburses them 100%. I used an attorney to get GM to buy back my 2012 Cruze which had alot of electrical problems. I was paid back every dollar spent on the vehicle including taxes, registrations, payments, etc.

I would try again to get the problems fixed, but if they don't go away then a buy back from GM would be a good idea.
 

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Usually after 3 repairs have been made for the same problem and the issue is still there you would be covered under the lemon law. Each state is a little different on how they determine what repairs a vehicle needs to qualify for the "lemon law" so make sure you look up your states info. If the dealership can't or won't fix the problem and you decide to go the lemon law route I highly recommend using an attorney who specializes in lemon law cases. They don't charge you money and they don't take money from your settlement, GM reimburses them 100%. I used an attorney to get GM to buy back my 2012 Cruze which had alot of electrical problems. I was paid back every dollar spent on the vehicle including taxes, registrations, payments, etc.

I would try again to get the problems fixed, but if they don't go away then a buy back from GM would be a good idea.
Thanks for the input. We have been told by BBB that the next step is to set up arbitration with GM. If we decline the arbiter's offer we can pursue legal action on our own.

In Minnesota we need 4 repair attempts or 30 days of the car being out of service while under warranty. Repair attempt #4 is under way as I type this.
 

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Dang, sorry about the bad luck with yours.
 
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