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2001 Gmc K2500 Hd


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2001 Gmc K2500 Hd - Cinti, OH: August 14th, 2011
Exhaust bolts broke off and now gasket has failed.


2001 Gmc K2500 Hd - 1GTHK29G71E- Linden, MI: September 13th, 2010
I have owned my 2001 gmc sierra 2500hd truck since it was new. The vehicle currently has approximately 92,000 miles on it. On august 25, 2010 i was traveling approximately 45 mph towing a 14? Trailer as i approached an intersection where the light changed. The road surface was rough. I applied the brakes firmly so that i could stop for the intersection. Due to the rough road the abs kicked in and when it did my brake pedal went completely to the floor and i had no brakes. I tried pumping the brakes, but nothing. By the grace of god, no one was hurt as i continued into cross traffic at the intersection. After pulling into the closest gas station, i found that the brake lines going from the master cylinder had both blown out. Once i had the vehicle home i inspected the brake lines and found all the lines in extremely bad condition. In fact the lines going to the front brakes were seeping brake fluid. Having owned many vehicles, most older than this one, i was shocked that brake lines were in as bad a condition as they are. Especially in a vehicle that isn't even 10 years old yet. Brake line failure is a catastrophe waiting to happen. The dealership indicated that gm is not stepping up to this problem - hopefully you will encourage them too.


2001 Gmc K2500 Hd - 1GCHK23191F- Ormand Beach , FL: August 10th, 2010
The contact owns a 2001 chevrolet k2500 hd silverado. The contact stated that the fuel injectors on the vehicle are bad and the failure is caused by a faulty wiring harness. A local mechanic stated that in order to repair the failure the wiring harness and fuel injectors must both be replaced. Gm was contacted and stated that they had extended the warranty on the vehicles for this failure to 7 years or 200,000 miles, whichever came first. The contacts 7 year period had expired so the repairs would be at her expense. The failure and current mileages were approximately 158,500.


2001 Gmc K2500 Hd - 1GTHK23U11F- Indianapolis, IN: August 2nd, 2006
Had vehicle serviced at 47,000 miles and was informed i had total brake rotor failure. I was instructed by (gm file#1-420413913) to have vehicle diagnosed by a gm dealership and i did. There findings were nothing could be done by gm in assisting me with a complete set of brakes & rotors due to premature rust. *nm


2001 Gmc K2500 Hd - 1GTHK23UX1F- Brownsville, TN: February 27th, 2004
When you start the motor at any time you here knocking noises coming from the motor. When you start to slow down there is a rubbing or bumping noise coming from the drivers side. It seems to be coming up through the brake pedal. Also brake pedal is loose with no adjustment. *ak