definitely annoying
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
62,030 miles
Total Complaints:
1 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. replace the sensor (1 reports)
2001 GMC Yukon brakes problems

brakes problem

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2001 GMC Yukon Owner Comments

problem #1

Mar 152008


  • Automatic transmission
  • 62,030 miles


GMC needs to take care of their problems, first with the parking brake that no longer works and the mechanic says is not worth fixing because it will only go out again and is very expensive to fix. Secondly the poor design for a sensor to have to be replaced because it causes the abs and brake light to come on( evap leak causing the abs and brake light to come on) . Please GM has known of these complaints and the more they ignore them the more people are likely to find a new vehicle that they can rely on and they know the manufacturer is eager not only to fix their cars but appreciate your loyalty to their company, like Toyota for example. Of course it would be a foreign automaker who understands what customer satisfaction really is and cherish that opportunity to take care of their customers and use the problems to make a better vehicle for the future. GM runs away from its problems hoping we will get fed up and stop bothering them over the problem. Yes we eventually do that by trading away that lousy made vehicle and getting one where we can get some satisfaction when something goes wrong. No wonder the US struggles with retention of their buyers. They do not care enough about them and figure someone else will get that vehicle and have to fix it so we can still make money off of that vehicle. I look at this way, the big shots who are making more money than they ever should extend the profits form a vehicle not only from the time of purchase but beyond that with the repairs that they can and have to do on these vehicles as they get older. They want and need those defects and they create hard ways of repair that won't let the general layman fix these on his or her own. What a shame and then they want us to feel sorry for them because they have gotten into this predicament and want us to support them and help them with their problem. Well they don't want to help me with mine so I do not feel the need to bail them out either. Yes I have been forced to go in the direction that personally helps me out and as of now I have gone to Lexus for one of my vehicles and soon will be going all the way to foreign land to supply all my vehicles. Why won't this country and the big shots who run these corporations take a step back and take care of the old USA and the people who love it so much. The almighty dollar may be your only goal, but watching it sail off into the not so wild blue yonder is a crying shame. Go USA, I still love ya, but cannot afford you, so sorry it has to be this way.

- , Yorba Linda, CA, USA

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