Starter Issues

Asked by Sep 25, 2017 at 08:34 PM about the 2017 GMC Terrain

Question type: General

Terrain 2017 AWD only had it couple of months on
and off having starter issues engine won't come on
have to turn off and restart... No one seems to know
what the issue is not the dealer or GMC...

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I had a very similar issues with my 2016 Chevy Express Cargomax. After multiple dealer visits and a lengthy battle with the GM support I was finally able to get my ecm changed and that solved the problem/

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Try another dealer.

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Not when your leasing have to take it back to the same dealer... Per GMC on the second time returning to the dealer they were told to re tighten all still haven't help same issue :(

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take it back a third time, after that you can start a claim under the lemon law

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Tom hit the nail on the head. Your state has a Lemon Lay. File it, and perhaps you will get a new Terrain. When I had my battery constantly dyeing, my deadlier did a complete diagnostic test that took 4 hours to run if done correctly. It checked and tested everything electronic in the vehicle. Ir there was anything not working or set correctly, it should catch it. Be an ass, demand it be fixed or take it back.

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