We’ve recently learned of 2017-2018 GMC Acadia showing to have a defect. Drivers may receive warning messages due to Acadia failing to detect that the driver has moved the transmission shifter into PARK. This could prevent drivers from shutting off and locking the Acadia, even though their shifter is in PARK.
Some drivers have reported that when taking their Acadia to the dealership for repair, service technicians may indicate that they cannot duplicate, or no problem found (NPF). We recommend that you always document these issues; take photos and maintain a log of date, time, mileage, and approximate location where the issue occurred. If you leased or purchased your GMC Acadia in California, we can help.
If you think you have a lemon, please contact The Bravo Law Firm for a free consultation.