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GMC Acadia Cars... | Answered on Nov 18, 2013

No More Radiator Drain Valves in GM vehicles


Starting in 2003, GM discontinued the use of a drain hose attached to the radiator drain valve. Later, GM discontinued the use of a radiator drain valve altogether. Some models continued to include a drain valve, but the valve was permanently sealed during production. Do NOT try and operate these sealed valves-they will break. GM warns that if you try to remove and replace the valve, debris from the breakage may circulate throughout the system and damage water pump, heater core, and thermostat components.
The bottom line is that you must now either remove the lower radiator hose or use a siphon to remove coolant from the radiator. This bulletin applies to all 1998-04 GM cars and trucks.

GMC Acadia Cars... | Answered on Oct 26, 2013

Has vehicle been in a minor accident or made a sudden stop. It may need the inertia switch reset or may not have enough oil in the engine which could also stop the fuel pump from working.

GMC Acadia Cars... | Answered on Aug 15, 2013

The first thing I would want to know is where the fluid is going.
If the transmission has an electrical problem with a sensor or solenoid, you should have a check engine light with a trouble code.

GMC Acadia Cars... | Answered on Jun 28, 2013

Yes you can but you are looking at $1000's.

GMC Acadia Cars... | Answered on Jun 12, 2013

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