2015 Canyon Power Steering Loss
Poor electrical connections inside the steering gear assemblies of the 2015 GMC Canyon can cause the truck to lose its power steering. While the connection can drop out while driving, most owners report seeing a 'service power steering, dri…Continue reading article "2015 Canyon Power Steering Loss"
A/C Condenser Leaking
GM used leaky air conditioners that buckle under pressure in many 2014-2017 trucks and SUVs. Whether it's busted hoses or leaky condensors, thousands of GM owners are showing up to work with sweat stains down their back. It's such a widespr…Continue reading article "A/C Condenser Leaking"
The Sierra Has Terrible Headlights
For such a big, rugged truck, the GMC Sierra has some of the worst headlights on the road. But why?…Continue reading article "The Sierra Has Terrible Headlights"
What Owners Complain About the Most
Sorting out which topics, problems, and model years have the most overall complaints from owners on CarComplaints.com.
Worst Issues view all problems
- terrible headlights, poor visibility in the 2014 Sierra 1500
- poor lighting pattern in the 2015 Sierra 1500
- transmission failure in the 2008 Acadia
- transmission failure in the 2007 Acadia
- taillight not working properly in the 2015 Yukon
- excessive oil consumption in the 2011 Terrain
- A/C condenser leaking in the 2014 Sierra 1500
What Breaks the Most view all topics
GM did the right thing by recalling ineffective seat belts a few years back. It just would have been so much better if they used the right replacement parts.
Now to be fair, only 2,800 of the over 1 million recalled vehicles ended up with the wrong pretensioner cable assemblies but considering the last recalls were in 2016 and 2018 this probably won't sit well with the owners driving around with the wrong seat belts for the last few years.…keep reading article "GM Accidentally Gave 2,800 Vehicles The Wrong Seat Belts in Previous Recalls"
A federal investigation wants to know if rusty connectors are preventing 2020-2021 GM airbags from deploying.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has received six reports of severe crashes where the airbags didn't deploy in GM vehicles, despite those vehicles receiving "significant frontal damage." All six crashes resulted in injuries.…keep reading article "Government Investigates Airbag Failures in Full Size 2020-2021 GM Vehicles"
The 2015 Chevy Canyon is being recalled to fix intermittent power steering loss.
These trucks have had ongoing power steering issues because of corroded electrical connections inside the steering gear assemblies. GM plans on replacing the torque sensor cover assembly and applying anti-corrosion gel to the electrical connections. Let's hope it works.…keep reading article "2015 Canyon Recalled for Intermittent Power Steering Loss"
GM is urging owners of the 2021 Savana to park outside and away from anything that could burn until the vans get repaired.
Late last year they said the van's batteries could drain when the positive battery cable accidently came in contact with the fuse block assembly. Now they're saying it's less drain, more flame—as in at least four vans have gone up in smoke due to the batteries short-circuiting.…keep reading article "GM Recalls 2021 Chevy Express After 4 Battery Fires"
GM thinks the 3rd row seat belts in their 2021 SUVs could have been damaged during installation.
The belts were misrouted behind the seat-folding mechanism and a recall wants to inspect and replace them if neccessary. Even if the belts don't look damaged to you, this is a classic better-safe-than-sorry situation.…keep reading article "GM Recalls 2021 SUVs with Damaged 3rd Row Seat Belts"
The best way to find out what's wrong with a vehicle is from the people who drive them. Not only do owner complaints help us rank vehicles by reliability, but they're often used to spark class-action lawsuits and warranty extensions. Plus, they're a great way to vent.