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The GMC Terrain is a crossover SUV from the General Motors GMC brand. It is a family car with five seats, an angular silhouette, and fuel-efficient engines. GMC offered the Terrain a bold design featuring a chrome grille, angled headlamps, and vertical lights in the lower part of the rear window of the crossover SUV making the vehicle appear even larger than it is. The GMC Terrain was introduced in the Denali trim for the 2013 model year that features more chrome and a slightly more luxurious interior, a 3.6L SIDI V6 engine, and a stronger front floor pan. GM installed the latest infotainment unit with a 7-inch touchscreen in the center console that included On-Star and XM radio on all versions. In 2016, the GMC Terrain received a facelift as part of the first mid-life refresh that included new front and rear wings and the elimination of the dashboard door lock buttons. Under the bonnet, GM opted for a 2.4L four-cylinder engine for the base model and a 3.0L V6 engine for those not too concerned about the high price of petrol. The drive type is the front- or all-wheel drive to reduce fuel consumption. The Terrain Nightfall model features modified wheels with machined surfaces and black rims. The Nightfall trim is available in SLE-2 and SLT trim levels and is offered exclusively in Onyx Black, Summit White, Graphite Grey, and Crimson Red. Genuine GMC Terrain parts will keep your vehicle performing at a high level. The second-generation Terrain is available with three engine options and standard equipment, including a 7-inch touchscreen and LED headlights and taillights. These new Terrain parts include electric power steering, new 18-inch wheels, an updated center console, and new Saddle Up leather upholstery on the SLT.

As a SUV expected to endure a range of demanding road conditions, the GMC Terrain isn't immune to common vehicular issues. Many owners have reported problems such as excessive oil consumption, bad gas mileage, slow acceleration, engine misfiring, stalling, and coolant leaks leading to overheating, along with ticking or clanking noises from the cylinder head. If these symptoms align with your Terrain's performance and the Check Engine Light illuminates, consider checking components like the spark plug, head gasket, rocker arm, crankshaft gear, and coolant temperature sensor. Another prevalent issue is transmission failure, often manifesting around 76,595 miles. Symptoms include the gear indicator not matching the actual gear, difficulties in turning off the vehicle, or starting in an unexpected gear or failing to engage gears. For these issues, inspect the shift cable and automatic transmission assembly. Regular maintenance is also crucial for frequently used yet easily overlooked parts like windshield wipers for clear visibility, seat belts for occupant safety, and wheel covers to prevent debris accumulation, all of which significantly impact your driving experience.

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GMC Terrain Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to Remove and Install Brake Pad?
    A: To remove the brake assembly, start by removing the cap from the brake fluid reservoir and draining about two-thirds of the fluid. Then, loosen the lug nuts and raise the vehicle, supporting it securely on jackstands. Remove the wheels and inspect the brake disc. Pivot the caliper up and support it with wire. Remove the inner and outer brake pads, and clean the caliper mounting bolts and bolt holes. Replace the upper and lower pad retainers with new ones, cleaning the mating surface before installation. To install the new brake pads, start by installing the outer pad, followed by the inner pad. Clean and lubricate the slide pins, replacing any damaged or worn ones. Place the caliper back into position, making sure the boot seats properly. Tighten the mounting bolts and lug nuts to the specified torque. After completing the job, depress the brake pedal to bring the pads into contact with the disc and check the brake fluid level. Break in the new pads by making several low-speed stops, allowing time for the discs to cool between each stop. Finally, confirm that the brakes are fully operational before resuming normal driving.