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2012 GMC Terrain

2021-10-02T22:01:25+00:00

GMC Terrain

Mileage
69,961
Service Date
9/30/2021
Services Performed
  • Test drove vehicle. Raised on lift and performed vehicle inspection. Filled out vehicle condition report and submitted to service advisor.
 
Rita H. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/1/2021
2012 GMC Terrain 2021-10-02T22:01:25+00:00

2017 GMC Sierra 1500

2021-09-29T22:01:52+00:00

GMC Sierra 1500

Mileage
69,270
Service Date
9/27/2021
Services Performed
  • Inspect hoses and clamps. Add cleaner to coolant and run through engine, radiator, and heater core. Installed coolant flush machine in-line to coolant system. Pulled vacuum on system to remove old coolant. Pushed 3 gallons of new coolant through cooling system. Add conditioner and sealant to system. Check thermostat and electric cooling fan operation. Test drive and verify proper operation of cooling system.
  • Removed differential fluid using Wynn's differential service tool. Filled rear differential with Wynn's synthetic fluid. Verified fluid at proper level. Road tested vehicle for proper operation.
  • Add cleaner to transmission. Test drive to verify operation and circulate cleaner. Use fluid exhnage machine to remove old fluid and add new. Add fluid conditioner and verify proper level. Test drive to verify proper operation.
  • Inspect all hydraulic line and hoses. Inspect calipers and wheel cylinders if applicable. Inspect master cylinder and cap. Flush entire brake system including master cylinder, calipers, wheel cylinders until clean. Test drove to verify proper brake operation.
  • Inject induction cleaner through throttle body assembly. Inject injector cleaner through fuel rail. Add fuel system cleaner additive to fuel tank.
 
Steve N. gave our service a 5 star review on 9/28/2021
2017 GMC Sierra 1500 2021-09-29T22:01:52+00:00

2005 GMC Yukon

2021-08-20T22:00:58+00:00

GMC Yukon

Mileage
111,080
Service Date
8/17/2021
Services Performed
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
  • Test drove vehicle. Raised on lift and performed vehicle inspection. Filled out vehicle condition report and submitted to service advisor.
  • uber
 
Alan V. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/19/2021
2005 GMC Yukon 2021-08-20T22:00:58+00:00

2004 GMC Yukon

2021-08-07T22:01:29+00:00

GMC Yukon

Mileage
177,261
Service Date
8/5/2021
Services Performed
  • Install oil system cleaner. Road test vehicle. Change oil and filter. Add Wynn's conditioner to oil system. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid. Lubricate latches and hinges.
  • Competed Inspection on Tablet
  • Check fluids
 
Rhonda C. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/6/2021
2004 GMC Yukon 2021-08-07T22:01:29+00:00

2005 GMC Yukon

2021-04-06T22:02:15+00:00

GMC Yukon

Mileage
107,097
Service Date
4/5/2021
Services Performed
  • replaced faulty water pump.
  • Verified concern – pressure tested system, found coolant actively leaking from water pump – recommend replacement
 
Alan V. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/5/2021
2005 GMC Yukon 2021-04-06T22:02:15+00:00

2008 GMC Yukon

2021-03-14T22:01:57+00:00

GMC Yukon

Mileage
174,308
Service Date
3/12/2021
Services Performed
  • after modules were replaced complete setup(vehicle configuration) was not performed causing air bag light. updated all control units with current programs, verified correct programs to each module, completed vehicle configuration and module set up as required when control units replaced and air bag light and code for configuration now gone.
  • oil pressure gauge not reading any oil pressure. removed switch and checked pressure was 40 psi at idle. replaced faulty oil pressure sending unit with factory GM oil sending unit and now gauge working properly.
  • Raised the vehicle in the air and disconnected the front drive shaft from the differential and unbolted the axles from the front differential and then removed the front differential to gain access to the motor mounts. Removed the bolts from the motor mount in the frame. Then used a pole Jack to raise the motor to gain access to the motor mount bolts in the motor. Remove the motor mounts and then remove the starter to remove the right side motor mount. Remove both mount and installed the new mounts. Reassembled and test drove the vehicle everything is good at this time.
  • Raised the vehicle in the air and then remove the front drive shaft from the differential and both axles. Remove the front differential to gain access to the differential Mount brackets. Remove the broken Mount brackets and installed the new ones. Test drove the vehicle everything is good at this time.
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
  • Test drove vehicle. Raised on lift and performed vehicle inspection. Filled out vehicle condition report and submitted to service advisor.
  • vehicle came in and had following codes stored P0230 fuel pump primary circuit, P0523 engine oil pressure sending unit, P069E fuel control module requested mil, P025A fuel control module A, P0523 brake switch, P1175 fuel trim bank 2. cleared all codes and codes for fuel control module came back right away. verified control unit programming and set up. connector at fuel pump control module was broken and had been zip tied to housing to secure. tested circuit from FPCM power and grounds and found signal circuit from FPCM pin 13 dark green wire/white had been bypassed and power from pin 15 had been spliced into that wire and had been run back to PCM signal wire pin 50. P0230 code setting by PCM due to signal wire was bypassed. removed wiring done elsewhere and isolated short in circuit to harness had rubbed on front driveshaft causing short in circuit to PCM. repaired 2-wires damaged by drive shaft including green/white wire that had been bypassed. replaced 20 amp fuse to FPCM circuit fuse 21 and now PCM sending fuel pump control signal and code P0230 now resolved.
  • Re-flash program from GM
 
Jonathon S. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/13/2021
2008 GMC Yukon 2021-03-14T22:01:57+00:00

2004 GMC Envoy

2021-03-07T23:00:45+00:00

GMC Envoy

Mileage
140,065
Service Date
3/1/2021
Services Performed
  • Raise the vehicle in the air and removed the clips from the old fender liner. Removed the old fender liner and installed the new fender liner and reinstalled the clips.
 
Charles B. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/6/2021
2004 GMC Envoy 2021-03-07T23:00:45+00:00

2004 GMC Envoy

2020-12-27T23:00:13+00:00

GMC Envoy

Mileage
138,789
Service Date
11/30/2020
Services Performed
  • Remove the left front wheel. Disconnect the lower hose. Remove fasteners and replace the thermostat and housing. Reassemble, fill system and test drive the vehicle.
  • Test drove the vehicle and found engine will not reach operating temperature due to defective thermostat.
 
Charles B. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/26/2020
2004 GMC Envoy 2020-12-27T23:00:13+00:00

2019 GMC Yukon XL

2020-11-14T23:02:30+00:00

GMC Yukon XL

Mileage
40,480
Service Date
11/13/2020
Services Performed
  • Completed inspection on tablet.
  • Road test vehicle. Check all suspension and steering parts for wear. Check tire pressure and condition. Check riding height. Check alignment of all four wheels. Adjust caster, camber, toe-in, and thrust angle as needed on all four wheels. Center steering wheel and adjust steering angle as needed.
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
 
Kyle H. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/13/2020
2019 GMC Yukon XL 2020-11-14T23:02:30+00:00

2012 GMC Acadia

2020-09-30T22:02:37+00:00

GMC Acadia

Mileage
124,757
Service Date
9/29/2020
Services Performed
  • Remove both wiper blades then the cowling. Removed both front wheels. Removed the sway bar end links and the wheel speed sensors from the strut. Removed the struts and installed the new struts. Then performed an alignment and test-drove. Recommend replacing all four tires.
  • Road test vehicle. Check all suspension and steering parts for wear. Check tire pressure and condition. Check riding height. Check alignment of all four wheels. Adjust caster, camber, toe-in, and thrust angle as needed on all four wheels. Center steering wheel and adjust steering angle as needed.
 
Troy E. gave our service a 5 star review on 9/29/2020
2012 GMC Acadia 2020-09-30T22:02:37+00:00