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GMC Envoy, GMC Envoy XUV, GMC Envoy XL, SUV
#144 of 180 Re: 2005 GMC Envoy [amymike36]
May 22, 2012 (8:09 am)
Sounds like you bought one of the thousands of cars that were caught in the many floods down south. The corrosion is taking its toll in the wiring, fuse box under the dash or relay box located in the engine compartment, and connectors.
- Check the car fax and if not on car fax try to contact the previous owners listed on the title and hope it isn't being passed around from dealer to dealer.
These cars are well made but any car that was flooded are a big risk. The VIN number should show up on an insurance claim if the owner or dealer is trying to hide this fact.
#145 of 180 2004 Envoy stalls
Jul 06, 2012 (4:48 pm)
I've looked thru the many problems posted about Envoys but not seen my problem. While driving it, it just looses power and stops. The only light that comes on the instrument panel is one that says "Low oil pressure". If I let it set for 5-15 mins. it will start again but may stop again several times before I get home, or it may not stop again for months. I've had it towed at least 4 times but the dealership can never find anything wrong. The first time it happened the dealership said it had gas inside the fuel module so they replaced it, but it has stopped on me 3-4 times since they worked on it. It stopped on me two times today on my way home, and it seems to only happen when the temp outside is really hot. like today is 100 degrees. Don't know why that would have anything to do with it, but it is always an unusually hot day. Hopefully someone out there can give me some direction as to what to do besides drive it into the river.
#146 of 180 Re: 2004 Envoy stalls [golferx]
Jul 06, 2012 (7:15 pm)
When did your dealership do the fuel module work? We're happy to check into this further if you would send more details (including your name/Edmunds username, the last 8 of your VIN and current mileage, and the name of your involved dealership) to socialmediagm.com
GM Customer Service
#147 of 180 Re: Random Envoy highway shut off [ericanwv]
Jul 07, 2012 (7:12 am)
Have you had any luck finding the cause of the shut down. Mine is doing the same thing, and the dealership doesn't have a clue.
#148 of 180 Re: 2004 Envoy stalls [gmcustsvcsarah]
Jul 07, 2012 (7:31 am)
Name is John, golferx is username in Edmunds. Vin #46180822, has 139794 miles, and Arbogast is the dealership in Troy OH. Hope you can help, but from the looks of the other postings, I'm not very hopeful. I called to get the date of the work done, and they actually replaced a fuel pressure regulator, not a fuel module on Sept 2011. I've had the same issue of it stopping on me while driving at least 5 times since then.
#149 of 180 CLUTCH FAN ASSEMBLY
Jul 24, 2012 (4:51 pm)
I own a 2002 Envoy XL with 77,000 miles on it. The "Service Engine Soon" light keeps coming on and diagnostics tells me it's throwing the same fan code over and over and over. I've replaced the clutch fan assembly three times in the past year. I'm thinking an electrical issue is really the problem here, given the history of this make and model. Any thoughts? A sensor of some sort?
#150 of 180 Re: Electrical problems ! [rooster22]
Aug 05, 2012 (9:08 am)
I was wondering if you had anymore help with this issue. I had a problem with my GMC. It caught a fire!!!!
#151 of 180 Electrical problems
Aug 05, 2012 (9:25 am)
I was starting to have the same problems as rooster22. We purchased a used GMC Jan 2012. Just recently we started having an issue with the air conditioner, everytime we turned it on it would say oil pressure low, check gases, the car instantly shut off, and also the service engine soon light would come on and we had it serviced in April 2012.The display in the gauge cluster immediately shut off the vehicle due to a loss in oil pressure. I checked to oil it was full. On the way home the oil pressure gauge steadily dropped from 40 to 20. Before we could get it looked at, up until Wednesday 8/1/2012 the window stopped working on the passenger side. I managed to get it up just a little on Thursday and in the wee hours of Friday morning the car caught on fire on the passenger side. I saw that the window wiring has problems from the other posts. Luckily the fire dept was able to put it out before the fire got to the house and no one was in it. We liked to have had a major loss and fire damage. Will GMC help with this situation? I am out of a car and I lost property within the fire. I am going to have to pay the insurance deductible and other costs. I am also going to have to try to get a new vehicle. I have a lot at stake here and my situation is a bit of sensitive.
#152 of 180 Re: Electrical problems [tawann44]
Aug 06, 2012 (6:33 am)
If you haven't already contacted the GMC Customer Assistance Center, please send the following information to socialmediagm.com so we can look into your situation further: your name and Edmunds username, phone and address, the last 8 of your VIN and mileage, and the name of your preferred dealership.
Sarah, GM Customer Service
#153 of 180 Envoy Electrical problems
Aug 06, 2012 (6:58 am)
Solution, I bought a new car.