Good to hear! I am considering a new AT4 and I watch the Troubleshooting section daily to see what the real world reports of problems are. IMO I think for a brand new truck there are surprisingly few problems. Rear window leak and electrical/computer gremlins seem to be about it. All of which can be fixed. Enjoy your truck!!
Highlighted in bold....this is the only way to really know who has the best product or atleast giving you the best chance of getting a good truck. And after buying a RAM I can tell you that you that I agree with your statement.
I can only speak to my experience, but some of the dealers won't fully document this issue because 1.They know it's a problem with no fix. 2 If they admit there is a problem the dealer/GM is closer to being on the hook to fix said issue that they have no fix for. I commend you guys who take it upon yourselves to find a resolution to this and start wrenching on your truck and replacing parts.
I don't need to ignore you. I am capable of having a conversation with someone with different views...I don't need a safe place. The only person stirring the pot is you my friend. I am here because I had this issues and lived it on $55K truck that should have been "perfect".
We come back in hopes of customers finding a solution...I don't take joy, as you seem to, in other owners bad experiences. I keep thinking GM will find a solution to this pretty large problem. Sadly they haven't and won't at this point with the redesign coming. Why do you feel the need to defend an inanimate object? I think we have come full circle to your insecurities and your little man complex...which leads to your name calling at a grade school level.
Sorry to hear about your issues. I know the frustration when you spend that kind of money "on a perfect truck" and it turns into a made in Mexico heaping pile. Best of luck to you in whatever way you chose to resolve your situation.
You are an entertaining little man and I am far from a troll. Good idea removing the "GFY" you originally had in your post...because that just makes you look like an even weaker man with many insecurities. Who gets that worked up over a truck...that you bought, not built. Have a good day sir.
Just don't drive anything other than your perfect GM truck...that way you won't be disappointed in your blind brand loyalty. And that truck was gone long ago thank god. I just drop in every once and awhile to see if there is resolution to this as I know how frustrating it is for the huge number of folks this affects.
You want to call other brands POS...have you read this post? Have you looked around this forum? I had one of these vibrators...not only that I had a lifter go in it's first 5K miles. Then you throw in the sloppy shifting and clunking driveline that every GM truck has ever had and you have a real winner.
Well??? What did you get? I traded out almost 2 years ago and couldn't be happier...but I keep coming back here checking on this thread in hopes that you guys can find a solution. I know how infuriating and frustrating it can be.
I have been out of my vibrator for a year and a half and drop in every now and then to see what's going on with this issue....sad to see it's more of the same old same old. I loved a lot of things about my Denali but between the vibration and a lifter failing in the first 5K miles I walked to another brand. Sad because I really do like the new GMC trucks but may never buy one again with the way most of us have been treated after dropping this much coin on a rig. Good luck guys and I sincerely hope everyone gets out one way or another....I know how frustrating it can be. Peace!
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