Coolant sprayed everywhere
Well, on the way home from work my 2014 Chevy Trax dashboard lit up and I had to pull over. The car was shaky and so when the hood was popped, there was coolant sprayed all over my engine. After that, the reservoir emptied. After getting it towed to the dealership, they got it fixed up for me. They said the radiator cap loosened because of an excess of pressure.
Prior to this, I had to pay $800 to get my turbo coolant feed pipes replaced because my car was leaking oil/coolant or something. The turbo is covered under warranty, yet the parts that help out work are not. Go figure...
They said maybe it was because the feed pipes were replaced that there was maybe a pressure issue. Kind of unsure, no real cause was given.
Anyway, next day, my car takes 5 or 6 tries to start. It'll start and stall. Start and stall. Over and over. Once it does start, it's shaking and feels very sluggish. When I accelerate, I feel vibration in the pedal and when I take my foot off the acceleration pedal, it loses speed very quickly. I brought it back again and they mentioned they could smell coolant, and i have not yet heard back from them as to what is wrong.
Prior to those issues, I had water get in one of my spark plug coils and corrode it, which was because earlier, my turbo got plugged with ice. That caused an acceleration issue.
I enjoy my Trax, but I'm becoming very unsatisfied with it based on the amount of issues I've now experienced. I'm at 97,000 kms of mostly Highway driving and I don't really think there should be so many issues before a car hits 100,000 kms. I've gotten it inspected with every oil change and no issues have been noted, so who knows. I barely maintained my Kia and it gave me 5 years without a single engine issue. Go figure.
Anyway, rant aside, might anyone have some clues as to what my most current problem could be?