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2000 GMC Savana Recalls

What To Do If Your Savana Has Been Recalled

The following recalls have been announced by GMC, so if you own a 2000 Savana take action immediately to get your automobile fixed. Interested in how this information is collected? Read more about recalls and the NHTSA.

  1. Call GMC to get more information. Verify that the cost of repairs will be covered free of charge.
  2. Setup an appointment with a local authorized mechanic to schedule your maintenance.
  3. Keep up to date with recalls for your vehicle by following this page.

Recent 2000 Savana Recalls

  • POWER TRAIN:DRIVELINE:DRIVESHAFT Recall for 2000 GMC Savana

    • Recall Announced JANUARY 07 2005
    • NHTSA Reference #05V005000
    • Number Affected 98,221

    Summary: Some pickup trucks, vans, and sport utility vehicles equipped with a hydraulic pump driveshaft that can fracture, resulting in immediate loss of hydraulic power steering assist. On certain vehicles equipped with hydro-boost power brakes, the same condition can result in loss of power assist for braking after the reserve pressure is depleted.

    Consequence: An inoperative pump can cause increased steering effort, and in hydro-boost equipped vehicles also increased braking effort, but does not completely eliminate the ability to steer or slow the vehicle.

    Fix: Dealers will replace the hydraulic pump. The campaign began on February 14, 2005. Owners may contact Chevrolet at 1-800-630-2438 or GMC at 1-866-996-9463.

    For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #05V005000 »

  • STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:HOSE, PIPING, AND CONNECTIONS Recall for 2000 GMC Savana

    • Recall Announced MARCH 16 2000
    • NHTSA Reference #00V085000
    • Number Affected 10,468

    Summary: Vehicle description: Passenger vans equipped with a brake warning indicator. Some of these vehicles have a power steering cooler hose that can separate from the power brake booster fluid flow switch assembly.

    Consequence: If this occurs, power steering fluid could flow onto hot engine parts and an engine compartment fire could occur.

    Fix: Dealers will inspect for three screw clamps to the power steering hose joints. If the clamps are not the screw type, dealers will replace the clamps.

    For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #00V085000 »

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