Chart based on 18 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2007 GMC Acadia
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From first day of delivery, radio not working until 3rd or 4th restart of the day. Trip 1, dealer said they could order new radio but not sure if that would fix it. Decided to wait for another customer to trouble-shoot their same issue first. Forum discus
Battery discharges when car is towed behind a motorhome, even though the procedure outlined in the "Recreational Towing" instructions in the owner manual says it will not. Dealer consulted with factory tech support and learned that this is a known problem
GMC issued a TSB changing the procedure for dinghy (recreational vehicle)towing and declared the problem resolved. I obtained a copy of the TSB online, so did not have to visit a dealer to learn of the revised procedure.
Voltmeter, temperature and fuel gauge lights went out - gauge could not be read in the dark New instrument display panel installed but it too was defective, though with a different problem. Yet another instrument panel will be ordered.
Instrument cluster was replaced and re-programmed.
Body Control Module (a computer module) and main power distribution center (fuse and relay panel) inexplicably burned out and required replacement. Car was running and would not shut off, even with key removed!
intermitent ac would not warm up. gets to cold.
Left trailer turn signal fuse blown (open circuit)--replaced fuse Navigation system is inaccurate by approximately 3 football fields (900 feet). For example, destination address input at 110 Any Street directs driver to address at 144 Any Street. Directed to address on other side of street. Asked to have dealer recali
Navigation system still inaccurate--dealer and GM Nav Center, and GM Customer Assistance Center all agree that Navigation system only gives "approximate" directions to destination by design. It is a software design issue since GMC Acadia, my BMW and my A
A/C leaking--replaced o-ring and recharged
Interior door light burned out
back up sensors shorted
Tailgate not working again.
had them try to fix NAV/HUD display problem and they could not--factory trying to determine fix
Crackling audio speaker.
Air conditioner stopped working. Apparently it was a faulty seal that leaked all of the freon out of the vehicle, thus not allowing the condenser to function. Dealer had to order the seal, have it overnighted, and installed the next day. Hasn't been a The front driver and passenger seats jerk as if they're going off track when moved back and forth. Also, driver seat rocks forward if the vehicle comes to a hard slow down or stop.