GMC Yukon owners have reported 13 problems related to air conditioner (under the equipment category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of GMC Yukon based on all problems reported for the Yukon.
Our 2015 Yukon denali has 38,200 miles on it and the air conditioning blows hot air. Was told may or may not be covered by warranty. May cost over $1,000 to repair. Told it may would be a 6 hour repair. Cannot believe we are having this issue like so many other people on a $75,000 vehicle. Should have been a recall issued.
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Air conditioning system constantly blows out hot air. Air condition was recharged and still has negative results.
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Gm knows they have bad air conditioner condenser in 2015-2016 models. Yet still no recall done. Many complaints and nothing being done about it. New vehicles and vehicles just out of warranty. This is there problem, so much parts are on continous backorder. These are $50,00. 00 vehicles and I should not be stuck with this. I am contacting the better business bureau and having the other 6 cases I know of as well.
Air conditioner condenser went out and it cost $944. 00 on a vehicle that is only 3 years old and has only 65000 miles on it.
The air conditioner condenser failed. The part is on backorder and I have no air conditioning for an undetermined amount of time. No eta on the part and they will replace the part with the same faulty model. No loaner car, no airconditioning.
Air conditioner condenser gave out in the heat of the summer on a Yukon denali with 42,000 miles. I have had no air conditioning in 90 plus degree heat.
The air conditioner condenser failed 1st week of June 2017 and the part is not available any where in the country. The vehicle is dangerous to drive when it rains because the windows fog over and are unable to clear with air system,.
My 2016 GMC Yukon xl denali's air conditioner started blowing hot air after approx. 30,000 miles. The dealership informed me that I need a new air conditioner condenser and that the part is on national back order. Based on my online research, this seems to be a very common issue with GMC, chevy and Cadillac SUV's/trucks, so wanted to make sure that my complaint was also logged with the many others.
Vehicle started to blow hot air when air conditioner was on. Brought this in to get it fixed twice and last time we were informed that there is a hole in the condenser and that gm is trying to find a manufacturer for the part but have no timetable as to when the part will be available. We also called gm and they confirmed that there is an issue but have no timetable on when this will be fixed. They were working with one manufacturer that hasn't been able to produced the part so now they are working with another manufacturer. For the safety of my children, this is unacceptable.
Air conditioning condenser has a leak, parts backordered for months, no eta on the return; going into hottest time of the year without a/c in my vehicle.
Air conditioner condenser failure while on vacation causing very hot conditions for my family. Condenser on back order for four weeks making driving the vehicle difficult to and from place of work. Dealership has five more condensers to replace after mine was replaced this past Friday may 26th, 2017. Called another dealership to see if possible to get a condenser quicker and the wait was five vehicles ahead of me. This is a large problem in 2015 and 2016 Yukon's, escalade's, and tahoe's. I want this to be a warrenty extension for all owners.
Air conditioning failure, condenser defective. Repair impossible because part has been on backorder for over a month.
I purchased a 2016 Yukon denali brand new from the dealer in October 2016. Since this time the vehicle has been in the shop 5 times. The first time was due to front driver side door not being fully aligned with the front fender. This issue was not resolved as they said it would "most likely mess the vehicle up further". In February of 2017 my Yukon went back to the dealer for service involving the power running boards not deploying and control panel not illuminating. The control panel was blamed on a software update. While at the dealer the service manager stated that "gm put out this software too early". In may 2017 the rear dvd player went blank and stopped working. These two issues were both covered under warranty. In November 2017 the radio started to "freeze" and wouldn't change channels. I was told this was a software update issue and I needed a new hmi ($500) and will not be under warranty as I now have 40,000 miles. In December 2017 my Yukon went back to the service department due to air conditioner failure. After reviewing on the internet this seems to be a common problem for this vehicle. Apparently, there was a special bulletin the consumer isn't aware of until it breaks, so it was also covered; however the blower motor ($377) that broke due to this issue wasn't covered. I contacted gm customer service and filed a complaint with a supervisor. I was told there is nothing they can do due to my Yukon being out of warranty, and when they build these vehicles "they do not know how long parts will last". In my opinion this is unacceptable especially for a $75,000 + vehicle that is only 2 years removed from the manufacturer. I have owned 3 gm products (tahoe, Yukon, and now this vehicle) and I will never buy another gm product.
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