555 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer GMC Acadia. 54 of these members
(9.7%) have reported brake repairs for their car.
A total of 71 brake repairs to GMC Acadias--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Right break pad worn out. Pad replaced, rotor machined.
Brake pedal squeaks when pressing pedal. Drained and refilled brake fluid reservoir with new fluid containing lubricant.
Squeak from brake pedal, especially when cold. Dealer identified TSB which indicates problem with brake fluid. GM supposedly is developing a revised brake fluid to correct the problem, but not available yet.
Dealer says revised brake fluid still not available from GM to fix the problem.
Squeak coming from master brake cylinder when applying brakes. Dealer located TSB and replaced brake fluid with revised fluid per TSB.
TSB for brake squeak. Fix was to change OEM GM brake fluid with a non-GM brake fluid that is DOT 3 compliant. Noise sounded like it came from the pedal armiture itself, however it was the brake fluid not properly coating the seals in the brakes ...
While driving straight and constant speed (100km/h) warning lights came on - Stabilitrak off, Service Stabilitrak, Service Traction Control. Car was returned corrected with no explanation or paper work.
Tire Noise and Vibration - Tires replaced/Rotors Machined
Clicking noise - sounds like ABS when accelerating from stop. Noise blamed on low brake pads. Pads were replaced. Noise remains.