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GMC stands for general motor company. GMC is an American motor company formally the GMC division of general motors’ LLC. GMC is a division of the American automobile manufacturers.  Some of the major brands produced by General Motor Company include Buick, Cadillac, and Chevrolet.

General Motor Company has a market focus are on the manufacturing of trucks and utility vehicles, some of its most popular car and truck type include; Acadia, Canyon, Savana Cargo Van, Sierra 1500, Sierra 2500HD, and Sierra 3500HD.

The GMC brand is well known for its style and innovation, seeking new ways to encourage drivers to be in charge of their daily lives, some of which include its carbon fiber bed, 10-speed automatic transmission, plus adaptive cruise control.

In 2018, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 was GMC best selling model; this is closely followed by the GMC Sierra 1500.

Common Issues or Problems of the Chevrolet Silverado 1500

  1. 4WD Transfer Case Position Sensor Failure:

One of the most common problems of the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is the failure of the 4WD transfer case encoder motor position sensor which could cause the 4WD message to be displayed.

  1. Improper HVAC Temperature:

This is yet another common problem where one or more heater and AC air delivery temperature mode door actuator may fail leading to incorrect air delivery or temperature.

  1. Erratic Fuel Gauge Operation:

The fuel level sensor has also been reported by many drivers of reading the fuel level incorrectly.

Common Issues or Problems of the GMC Sierra 1500

  1. Faulty Fuel Level Sensor:

There has been multiple reports of the fuel level sensor in the fuel tank reading the fuel level incorrectly.

  1. Steering Wheel Position Sensor Fail:

The sensor for steering wheel position is known to fail a number of times, resulting in the service stability message being displayed.

  1. Erratic working of speedometer:

The speedometer or other instrument panel gauge is likely to work erratically at times.