Several complaints about engine issues in the 2019 and 2020 GMC Sierra 2500 PU/CC have come to light in recent months. Already, there are four recalls affecting this vehicle, but they do not address issues particular to the engine. From engines that seem to lag, fail to respond properly, or catch fire, there are numerous safety concerns that GMC customers are voicing. For now, they have yet to be acknowledged or addressed by the manufacturer, leaving them uncertain of how to resolve these persistent issues.
One owner of the 2020 GMC Sierra 2500 stated that they bought the vehicle with only 40,000 miles on it. However, the engine immediately began to make a loud ticking noise while in motion. No diagnosis was given, and the issue remains. Another customer said that the vehicle often shifts into limp mode when going up a hill, causing the engine to rev and strain. Again, the problem remains unidentified and without a solution. According to another driver, smoke began to enter the vehicle through the air vents. When he coasted to the side of the road to examine the issue, he found that the entire engine compartment was on fire. A number of other engine complaints continue to emerge from concerned GMC customers.
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