Question about GMC Acadia
All fluid levels seem to be full...Power Steering, Transmission, Brake Fluid, and Xfer case. This seems to be a fluid level issue or a inertial sensor since it seems sensitive to the orientation of the car, which also coincides with the inertia...going downhill or braking provides the same sensation, as does going uphill or accelerating. On level driving it is usually OK, although in western Pa there isn't too much level roadway. I'd rather see if I can find a fix online than pay $1000 for a dealer's easy fix. Any ideas? In addition, the check engine light comes on but has been doing this for years. The engine codes usually indicate an O2 sensor, nothing about the stabilitrak or traction control (which also shows up in the trouble message).
Could be rusted and broken because have others codes you should check for new codes.
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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