2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls




2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

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  • GMC Terrain transmission problems with 21 complaints from Terrain owners. The worst complaints are transmission failure, economy mode does not work.

    GMC TERRAIN 4 DR FWD/4WD. GMC TERRAIN. 2 Recalls 0 Investigations Complaints See ratings details No overall safety rating.

    The contact owns a GMC Terrain. While driving approximately 60 mph, the overheated transmission message displayed on the message center and the .

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the TerrainForum. Far from the truth. Transmission would run for a little while. How convenient that all of the vehicles are losing their transmissions just outside that 6 year warranty!?!! Note that passwords are case-sensitive.

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    GMC Terrain Transmission Problems and Repair Descriptions at TrueDelta

    In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic. Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2. Symptom was simply that the vehicle would not engage into gear after being parked overnight.

    I could see that the cable was attached at the top of the tranny and working correctly externally. After trying drive, reverse, low, the vehicle would not make a hint of trying to engage in any of the gears. No warning lights to indicate a problem. After letting it sit for a while, I thought I would try again before arranging a tow. This time the vehicle engaged as normal. While shifting into reverse, it seemed like it had a little bit of a hard shift, but nothing that seemed alarming.

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    The vehicle was driven about two blocks and then it disengaged and was again immobile. Again, no engine warning light. We are at less then 80, miles, but of course, just over the 5 years. We had no other real symptoms of transmission issues other than some shifting issues that many of the previous model years have encountered - wave plate issues - rough shifting around 20 - 40 mph range. I know this vehicle was put in service in and looks to be a 6T I am not sure how far the dealer has dug into the transmission to determine the extent of the problem know that it has not been removed , but indicated to me that they checked around and apparently this transmission is hard to locate.

    I am seeing more comments online about models having failures as the earlier models did. Can anyone advise of the route to go on this particular tranny model, as in, do I look for a new one if they are actually new or pursue a rebuild.

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    With the multitude of issues posted on line with these trannys, I am not willing to swap out for a used one, just to encounter the same issue. I had done that an another vehicle and have put on an additional 50, miles with no issue, putting that tranny over , miles. Less than 80, miles is not acceptable for a major failure. I will be contacting GM to inquire further, but would appreciate any feedback.

    Sorry to hear of your transmission issue. It is always disappointing when something like this occurs. There have not been many threads or comments about outright transmission failure that I can see here on the forum. Do you have the I4 or V6 engine? There is a difference. That said, on early 6 speed transmissions going back mainly to to or so, there was "wave plate" issue on some 6 speed transmissions, but that was mainly on cars.

    Even then, it usually showed up as rough or abrupt shifting rather than sudden failure. Perhaps a call to GM Customer Service may help. There is also a memeber account here you could send a personal message. That does suck, and you have my sympathies. But don't just listen to one dealer. I strongly encourage you to call around to a reputable local transmission shop and describe your problem.

    2010 gmc terrain transmission recalls

    Tell them the car won't move so you want a verbal estimate before you have it towed somewhere. Also, I'm not sure why they would call it hard to locate. It's a pretty common, but that's where a transmission shop will shine. But no one knows the real damage until they crack it open. The dealer won't be doing that, that's why it's such a high price. Sorry - it is an I4. Call placed to GM, so now the wait. If your was put into service in you probably have the lighter duty 6T40 transmission.

    This could be why the older trans is harder to find. The RPO code is different between the two and should be in your glove box. Keep this in mind if you are talking to an independent repair shop. Rednox - thanks for the insight as that helps. I was only going by what the shop said they thought it was and am without the vehicle now to look When you get your Nox back check the RPO code usually on the bottom of the glove box.

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