We just had the transmission replaced in my wife's GMC Acadia in Virginia, where we live, and drove it locally for a week with no issues other than the steering wheel being slightly off center. My wife left for a family bridal shower in NJ on May 28th and found the vehicle would start bucking violently and the Service Stabilitrac light would illuminate on an intermittent basis. The only way to stop it was to shut the vehicle off twice and reset the traction control. After the bridal shower, my wife made her way up to New Hampshire to visit one of our daughters. Once again, the vehicle would intermittently buck terribly and was undriveable until restarted. It got so bad that we had to find a shop that could help. A friend of mine reached out to Clint Jones at Accomplished Auto who agreed to take a look at the vehicle. He found when the transmission was replaced, they did something to misalign some of the steering sensors and it was causing the stabilitrac and all wheel drive to kick on and off trying to reset. He performed an alignment on the vehicle and it ran great all the way back to Virginia. Thank you to Clint and the amazing team at Accomplished Auto. If we lived closer, they'd have new clients.
Thank you for taking the time to leave us a wonderful review, Rick! We know how stressful unexpected automotive troubles can be, which is why our team was more than happy to get to the bottom of your vehicle's issue and get you safely back on the road again. We are pleased to hear that the vehicle ran great all the way back to Virginia! Thank you for your kind words, and thank you for choosing us.
- Accomplished Auto