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Radio/tape Cd Player Problems of GMC Envoy



GMC Envoy owners have reported 8 problems related to radio/tape cd player (under the equipment category).

car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2006 GMC Envoy 1
Failure Date: 08/27/2007

The contact owns a 2006 GMC Envoy. The contact started the ignition and the fuel gauge displayed an inaccurate reading even though fuel had been dispensed into the fuel tank. While driving, the fuel gauge reading fluctuated which caused difficulty in determining the actual fuel tank level. In addition, the air bag warning indicator illuminated continuously whenever the vehicle was operative. There were also electrical issues which contributed to the radio not to function and the instrument panel cluster lights would not illuminate. The fuel sensor was replaced previously by the dealer and the failure recurred three years later. The vehicle had not been repaired for the most recent fuel gauge malfunction. There were no repairs performed in relation to the other failures. The manufacturer was notified of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 23,000. Updated 4/2/12 the consumer stated the fuel level sensor failed twice. Also, ai =r bag warning light was fixed by moving the srs wiring under the driver's sat. The radio and dash lights were replaced as well, due to inferior parts. Updatd 04/16/12.

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car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2004 GMC Envoy 2
Failure Date: 03/10/2005

I've had problem with the electrical system. When I try to play the cd player it says check disc sometimes the disc will not eject from the radio. The clock always reset itself to incorrect time and not all lights stay lit on dash. Reported this incident twice to dealer they replaced sensor twice and here it is 2008 warranty has expired and still having same problems.

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car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2002 GMC Envoy 3
Failure Date: 07/03/2004

I purchased my GMC Envoy with 17,000 miles a year and a half ago. Since purchase, my radio has had to be replaced twice because the cd player stops working. Since the last time it was replaced which was about 6 months ago:my cd player has stopped working again. The delaer says that since my vehicle is out of warranty, I will have to buy a new radio. I do not understand this concept because the radio has a year warranty on it. This is ridculous because this will be the third radio and the car only has 45,000 miles. Am I going to have to replace my radio every 15,000 miles? the type of radio that I have is a bose 6 disc in-dash cd radio. Can you please help me? I have had so many problems with my dealership and this vehicle that I will never buy another one. I need some professional advice. Thanks.

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car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2002 GMC Envoy 4
Failure Date: 01/19/2004

When the vehicle is on for an extended about of time (more than one hour) the surface of the radio gets extremely hot and has burnt my fingers. I confronted the dealership and they simply said to turn down the interior lighting (which was an insult). By surface I do not mean the buttons, but the surface around the buttons which is easily accessible. Numerous times I have reached down to adjust the radio and, while keeping my eyes on the road, touched the surface of the radio next to the buttons. This then made me jump at which time I easily could have lost control of the vehicle. This happens every time I drive the vehicle, this is why the number of failures is 800.

car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2003 GMC Envoy 5
Failure Date: 01/01/2003

2003 GMC Envoy with a list of problems ** the consumer began to hear a knocking and pinging in the engine on cold starts and felt a hesitation when the automatic transmission shifted into gear. After many complaints, it was finally discovered the engine knock was due to shorter pistons in the re-designed engine and the hesitation in the transmission shifting required reprogramming. The consumer was told he would have to live with the engine knock, because it could be more trouble taking the engine apart. On a separate occasion, the engine stalled due to the battery dying. From April 2004 to October 2004 the battery failed several times and had to be re-charged. During that same time the engine light illuminated and each time it happened, the dealer would have to reprogram the engine computer. The radio was not functioning properly which primarily consisted of static. The driver information center control knobs as well as the radio knobs wore out. The front center console was loose. It was discovered that the engine light was coming on because the third stop light that's on the top of the liftgate malfunctioned. There was a short circuit in the stop light. The cooling fan broke, the brakes and the left front head lamp had to be replaced. The rear tail lights, directional and signal lights have been replaced several times. The lug nut broke while a replacement tire was being mounted on the vehicle. The front stabilizer linkage was replaced. The gas tank had to be replaced along with the fuel lines and a seal on the tank due to a leak. The seat belt was designed poorly and the belt cuts into the consumers neck. The drivers side door didn't close properly, the windshield wipers were replaced within the first 2 years.

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car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2000 GMC Envoy 6
Failure Date: 03/28/2001

When dealership changed oil, an oil pressure hose was found to be leaking oil from engine. Problem was repaired by the dealership. Vehicle has experienced several problems with the windshield wipers, deale has replaced the multifunction switch, rear wiper motor, front wiper terminal board and wiper module. Rear speakers have humming noises, speaker was shorting out, later consumer heard whistle noises in the rear speaker. When starting, there was a rattle noise, dealer found exhaust out of alignment. Creeking noise caused by faulty door pins and bushings, passenger side kick panel loose/falling off, dealer found right side panel loose. Alternator voltage drops with load below 35 amps, dealer replaced alternator, there was a squeak in the rear suspension, dealer found the e brake cable was chaffing on bushings, dealer repositioned e brake cable. Right front wheel bearing grinding, dealer replaced right front hub. Left front hub replaced due to growling, dealer found hub was worn.

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car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2000 GMC Envoy 7
Failure Date: 01/03/2001

10234, door trim comes off; 17660, hinge hood rattles; 26510, idler arm had to be replaced; 44938, pinion seals & power steering seals were leaking; 56785, cd player had to be replaced; 72375, transmission went out; 95819, computer had to be replaced; 106169, right headlamp had to be replaced (for almost $800!!!); and sporadic incidences of different dash lights coming on & staying on. Obviously, all of these problems weren't on the date listed below, but that's the date of the first one.

car image   Radio/tape Cd Player problem of the 2002 GMC Envoy 8

Antenna was broken off @ the dealer, towing or storage company where also flat front tire, door ding, bumper ding, shift boot broken, car squeals from the front right (very annoying).