A total of 4250 complaints have been filed with NHTSA for vehicles that are model year 2015 or newer. 3.0%, or 127 of those complaints have caused some degree of injury. 3.9%, or 167 were crash related, and 1.0%, or 42 complaints describe fire-related incidents.
A warning appeared on the display it says service power steering drive with care and i think it doesn? T mean any good thing so please tell me what i need to do to drive my truck safely out of any risk. Thanks exactly i don? T know what happened but that warning appears any time after turn the truck on.
Backed it out of the garage to go somewhere, got on the main road and it was wondering with a lot of play in the steering wheel, next hit a bump in the road and the front wheels started shaking uncontrollably until i slowed to under 40 mph, hit another road seam and it did the same thing. Took it to the mechanic, he diagnosed it as a failed steering box. Truck only has 27,500 miles on it. Never seen a dirt road, not driven in the winter. $1700. 00 later its fixed. Many complaints about this on the internet and gmc has not recalled these trucks for this problem they know about. Has soured my trust in their brand.
Passengers side wheel bearing bad at 37,000 miles making load humming noise while driving
Power steering just goes out while driving (pulling into parking lot) and then comes back on causing an oversteering problem.
The headlamps on my vehicle have been very poor, both in low and high beam positions ever since i purchased the vehicle. Thinking that their must be something wrong with the existing headlamps, i purchased the replacement bulbs and there were no improvements. When driving at night i have to stay on low beam with the fog lights on just to help to see. I can't use my high beams at all because the lighting is so poor. Gmc is aware of their headlamp issues on the 2014 and 15 models but nothing is being done about it to my knowledge. Without spending $500-$1000 to change them over to led, is there anything that i can do to improve this situation?