Glad it was nothing serious.salguod said:Started right up for the dealer. :angryfire:
They're thinking it was low fuel combined with the slant of the driveway. Drive way isn't that steep and the low fuel warning hadn't come on yet. Pretty nuts if you ask me.
I guess I better not head up hill without topping off first. :banghead:
I'll bet if you put it in N and let it coast down the driveway (if it happened again) until it was flat it would start right up.salguod said:Picked it up this AM, no new fuel pump. I guess my 2010 already has the new design. My distance to empty showed 49 miles, so maybe just over 50 when it happened. It was on the last tick on the fuel guage.
Still not 100% convinced it wasn't fuel line freeze, but what are you going to do? I was tempted to park it in the driveway and see if it happened again ... :
It will start; I parked my on an incline with low fuel once. The Acadia wouldn't start; so I rolled her down to level ground and she fired right back up ;D I promptly drove to the closest gas station6Sixathome said:I'll bet if you put it in N and let it coast down the driveway (if it happened again) until it was flat it would start right up.
Michelle P.,GM Customer Service said:salgoud,
I have read the issue that have had with your Outlook. I look forward to reading the update about you having the vehicle on an incline when it gets low on gas again.
Have a great Monday!
Michelle P., GM Customer Service