So on we go and I feel like King Kong as I defeated the GM problematic lack of service and warranty scenario only now to be faced with the problem again!
See all problems of the 2015 GMC Yukon . The certified label lured us into thinking it had an extended warranty and the dealer would stand behind this vehicle. I finally got to see it for myself. There are so many complaints, I will also be contacting the better business bureau. Horn blows from alarm all times of the day and night. Three out of the four lights have gone out in the last month. Low beam headlamps have poor lighting performance high beams are not any better and is not measurable difference between them. The first time was in April 2018 and then February 2019. The contact owns a 2004 GMC Yukon. There really should be a recall issued for this since this is happening so often with other owners. Why?? statistics and reliability analysis of GMC Yukon, Hazard Flashing Warning Light Unit problems. I have read on many different GMC forums that this is an all around state to state problem that I think GMC should address not only because of the cost but because of the safety issues that this poses. The vehicle was not repaired for the radio failure. Manufacture defective , front driver side headlight assembly has high condensation which continues to get worse. I would drive down the road and they will flicker. statistics and reliability analysis of the 2015 GMC Yukon, Hazard Flashing Warning Light Unit problems. Dealer said $700 to get it fixed. See Ask your GMC dealer. This is the 2nd time my right (passenger) side rear tail light / brake light went out. Headlights do not illuminate the road far enough to allow safe driving. Headlights are too dim and do not provide appropriate visibility for safe driving at night, particularly when navigating curvy roads as the lights do not project an adequate distance. Dealer has been notified. My turn indicator stopped working which usually indicates a burned out bulb. The entire headlight has to be replaced because of moisture inside the so called sealed assembly. That leads me to believe that it may be something else other than crappy LED lights and boards. Any tips, suggestions, or clues as to why they might not be working? Unfortunately, Midway Motors in McPherson KS verified that the part is almost $700 plus labor if we want them to install. Led lights should last a whole lot longer than this. GMC as well as the dealer act as if it's not a big deal so owners have not pressed the issue. Ts. No automobile should have transmission / radiator/ coolant/ electrical (head light) /memory malfunction or cheap interior issues within 2 yrs. I was told by a mechanic that the whole headlight assembly has to be replaced because if not the bulbs will continue to burn out due to the condensation. The dealer was made aware of the failure but a diagnostic test was not performed. I know they do not burn in park, but have checked in drive and still nothing. I did not notice the condensation and I took my Yukon to the dealership for what I thought was going to be a simple bulb replacement. Sometimes they work and then at other times they go off. The brake light does not work, however the turn signal does work. Since my visit to the dealership yesterday, the turn indicator has worked intermittently. Truck started to have major eletrical issues. Lawsuit? After a few months I had people tell me one side of my brake lights were out.