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I have a 2004 GMC Canyon, purchased new in Feb. 2004. It is equipped with the GM passkey II system. This is intended to act as a theft deterrent by shutting down the flow of gas to the fuel injectors if someone attempts to start the vehicle with a key which does not...
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Mad Impala Owner!!

I couldn\'t agree more!! I encourage you and anyone else who is reading this to call the DOT Auto Safety Hotline and file a complaint. The call is toll free and will result in...

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mario squellor

We must ALL refuse to buy any car that comes with a Passlock or any other theft device on it. You are not dealing with a car ,,,this is a computer you are babysitting ,It will...

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General Motors - GM produces cars with inferior parts that rust and corrode.

My 2005 top-of-the-line Trailblazer XET with just over 30K miles had the AC completely fail and will require a $1200 repair! Apparently the pipe leading to the rear AC failed. This is the second major issue on this vehicle involving major corrosion or rust--the first time the car failed inspection just one month out of warranty requiring replacement of all 4 rotors--$1200 again. GM's "resolution" involved a 20% discount on the AC repair, still leaving me holding the bag for their substandard materials. Clearly GM uses inferior materials (from China, I wonder) and produces vehicles that do not last beyond the warranty.
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General Motors - GM produces cars with inferior parts that rust and corrode.

My 2005 top-of-the-line Trailblazer XET with just over 30K miles had the AC completely fail and will require a $1200 repair! Apparently the pipe leading to the rear AC failed. This is the second major issue on this vehicle involving major corrosion or rust--the first time the car failed inspection just one month out of warranty requiring replacement of all 4 rotors--$1200 again. GM's "resolution" this time would be a 20% discount on the AC repair, still leaving me holding the bag for their substandard materials. Clearly, GM has no interest in building vehicles that last beyond their warranty.
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General Motors - GM does not stand by their warranty or their product

We have a 07 Cheverolet Silverado which we purchased new. It has the 5 year /100,000 mile warranty. We were on vacation towing our trailor that is made for 1/2 ton pickups and the rear end went out in Santa Fe NM. Our truck was taken to Santa Fe Cheverolt were they replaced the rear end which was covered by warranty. We got the truck pack and began towing home when the rear end went out again this time causing damage to the axle. They are willing to pay for a new rear end but will not cover the axle, they dsay it is owner abuse. Called GM customer assistance which was no help because they to belieive it is owner abuse. It was suggested by the dealership that we should probable not tow a trailor with this truck. Sorry if this is how GM warrants and stands by their product I do not ever want to buy another GM product and I will make sure everyone I talk with should not either. it has been almost 3 weeks and we still do not have our truck. they also i Believe put aftermarket parts in our vehicle which GM states they use genuine parts ofr warranty work. Go figure.
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General Motors - 2009 GMC 2500 HD 4X4

I drove my 2009 GMC 2500HD 4X4 Duramax with only 5000 miles on a gravel road and the rocks thrown from tire rotation cut the speed control cables to both rear wheels. Warranty covered one but not the second cable. The placement of these cables in front of the rear axle which puts them in harms way. I had replacement cables wire tied to the brake lines which are run behind the axle housing where they belong. Seams like an engineering problem and should be re-called and under warranty. It might seam silly but my five year "automotive engineering" degree tells me I'm right. Why one and not the other under warranty ?? When I contacted GMC customer relations I was told, " the truck was not built to be driven off road". What mental giant told this person to tell customers that a 2500HD 4X4 truck should not be driven off road?? I live in the western desert where half of my driving is on gravel type roads. If I had wanted a "street truck" I would have bought a quarter ton rice burner.
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General Motors - Stalling on refund of pre-paid warranty.

For many months I have sought a refund on a fully paid warranty on my 2000 Jimmy. I am now in an assisted living senior community and will never drive the car again. Your sales team pointed out that the warranty would be transferable - and I am looking for the prorata amt. of the Contract purchase price of $1899.00. I am now residing in Chicago and the car is not being driven. Since a Dealer cannot "benefit" from this Contract: CW50-131137, I must sell it outright. I have complied w/all info; have heard nothing! Vivian *** Easly
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General Motors - Warranty on 2004 GMC Yukon

I have a complaint about my 2004 yukon. The gauges went out on my dash, not all but some. I received a letter from GMC informing me of the problem and that they would pay to fix the problem if you had less than 70000 miles. When my problem ocurred I had 71000 miles. I called and they told me they would not fix my problem at their expense. I was informed that it was not a recall, so they were not responsible. If there is a problem, why did they not recall this vehicle. They probably by law have to post this but they find a way to get around it without having to be responsible.
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