Suspension Problems of GMC Acadia

GMC Acadia owners have reported 50 suspension related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 9 most common suspension problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's suspension (41 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's sway bar (2 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

  Recently reported Suspension problems of GMC Acadia

The Suspension problem

My service traction control and service stablilitrek comes on while I'm driving which is very because the car jerks when trying to drive at a certain speed. And when I go around a curve the stablilitrek active come on and the car makes a humming noise.   Read details...

The Sway Bar problem

I noticed that when driving on an expressway and would attempt to pass a slower moving vehicle, as I would move into the passing lane and attempt to accelerate, the car would hesitate for a few seconds, lose speed, then suddenly downshift and accelerate at an unexpected rate.   Read details...

The Rear Suspension problem

The contact owns a 2011 GMC Acadia. The contact was involved in a crash. The vehicle was destroyed. While driving approximately 35-45 mph, the contact stated that the left rear wheel locked without warning, causing the vehicle to roll over and crash into a ditch.   Read details...

The Front Suspension Lower Ball Joint problem

Axle rod pulled out of gear box causing the entire wheel/tire assembly to fall down. According to dealer the assembly had not been "machined" at all at the factory and could have failed at any time. The rivets were not pulled out is how this determination was made.   Read details...

The Rear Suspension Coil Springs problem

Rear coil spring had rusted about 30% through, snapped off pulling out of driveway.   Read details...




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