One month ago I took my 2009 GMC Acadia to the dealer because I noticed a smell and steam coming from it.
They did some minor repairs and wanted me to bring it back in a few days for more work as they spotted a small oil leak but couldn't figure out where it was coming from.
The next day after driving the vehicle 20 miles when I put it into park there was smoke coming through the vents.
It quickly went from what appeared to be overheating, although no warning lights ever came on, to a full fire! I was able to get my children and sister out of the vehicle.
I called 911 and fire responders put the fire out.
Thankfully no one was injured.
Working with GMC has been a nightmare.
All we have wanted was consideration on a new vehicle.
We were actually considering buying a new Acadia because we liked the vehicle.
What a mess.
I do not believe GMC care about their customer at all.
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