GMC Sierra owners have reported 3 problems related to ignition (under the electrical system category).
The consumer took vehicle to the dealership for manufacturer's recall 05500 work on 7-28-05 for the ignition distributor system. It was inspected and replaced. . When the consumer took the truck to dealer it was running well, there were no problems. About 30-45 minutes later consumer was called by the service desk and informed that truck needed a new distributor. However, consume r did not believe that truck needed a new distributor. Then a service person told consumer that vehicle needed a distributor or they could tie a zip tie on the distributor, and that was what the service department did. They tied a plastic zip tie onto the distributor. Consumer was wondering why that happened to the vehicle when it was running well. Before the recall work was done thirty minutes earlier. The service person said if the owner did not get a new distributor the tie could come loose and the truck would quit running. Needless to say, consumer was not satisfied that the dealership put a brand aide fix on the truck and put it back on the road. Consume r had not contacted gm at this point.
See all problems of the 2001 GMC Sierra.
Owner says the remote control mirrors on the vehicle caught fire while the key was not in the ignition and the vehicle was turned off. Owner contacted the dealer and was told that although his vehicle looks like the 1997 and that vehicle was recalled for this issue and this vehicle is not being recalled. Provide further details.
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Distributor assembly failed.
See all problems of the 1997 GMC Sierra.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||
|Instrument Panel problems||
|Dash Wiring problems||
|Instrument Panel Failure problems||
|Dashboard Failed problems||
|Horn Assembly problems||
|Ignition Module problems||