We’re a top rated GMC repair services shop in San Leandro, CA., GMC is known for their lines of trucks and SUVs, and with any big vehicle comes necessary maintenance and repair checks to make sure everything is in working order. It’s not that a truck or SUV is going to need repair more often than a smaller vehicle, more that when things go wrong there’s a tendency for them to go wrong big.Your GMC vehicle deserves the kind of attention to detail and regular maintenance offered by a mechanic like Precision Auto Care. We serve the San Leandro, Castro Valley, Hayward, Oakland, and San Lorenzo areas, and are more than happy to give your GMC the maintenance it needs.Not sure if we’re right for your GMC? Let’s look at some of the models we see most often.


Major Tune-Up

Looking for a top-rated local auto repair shop to tune up your vehicle? We offer major tune-up services including spark plug replacement, oil change, belt and hose replacement, windshield wiper replacement, fluid refilling, tire check, balancing and rotation, and more. Schedule an appointment today!

Brake Replacement

Is it time for new brakes? Are you hearing any squeaking or screeching coming from your car? It may be just your brake pads, or you might need a complete brake replacement. Just bring your car in or have it towed to our shop and we’ll take a look.


The Acadia is a family-friendly vehicle hidden in the guise of a more aggressive SUV. Its size, profile, and appearance are right out of the American cars’ playbook and is a popular option for GMC fans looking for an SUV similar to a truck. The Acadia has a couple of different engine options, two different wheel sizes, and a lot of interior options, and you need a mechanic that can take care of your SUV no matter which configuration you’ve chosen. Whether you’re looking for a routine oil change or a mechanic that can keep your brakes safe enough for even the most precious cargo, Precision Auto Care can help.


GMC Canyons live up to the reputation of GMC trucks. They’re big, they’re brash, and they’re coming out with a new version in 2023. While this is technically a mid-size truck, the styling and presence of the Canyon can’t be denied, and its engine, brakes, and suspension are all designed to perform like the Canyon’s bigger compatriots. Of course, that also means that you need a mechanic that can handle the added torque and horsepower of the engine, who knows how powerful the brakes need to be effective, and how to keep everything in top working order. We’ll take care of everything from routine fluid changes to the kinds of more complex repairs you can only trust to the hands and experience of a professional mechanic.

SAVANA SERIES (2500, 3500, 4500)

The Savana Series is something of a classic working van. They’re large not because GMC builds big but because they need to be to get the job done. Perfect for housing a mobile workshop, all the tools and equipment a contractor might need, or almost any other mobile profession, the smallest of the Savana Series was discontinued not because it was a bad van, but because the larger versions were just better at what they do. All of that means that your mechanic needs to take care of the engine and make sure there is plenty of torque available, not just for the van but because these vans boast an impressive towing capacity.


Nothing is worse than a vehicle that looks the part of an aggressive performer without backing it up. The Terrain is a good performer roughly in the middle of its class, but it needs maintenance to keep it working right and living up to the reputation behind its appearance. Though for many Terrain drivers the more important detail isn’t the performance, it’s the efficiency. More fuel-efficient than earlier designs, you need a mechanic who knows how to take care of the efficiency and prevent your Terrain from using more fuel than it needs.


Possibly the most well-known of GMC’s lineup, the GMC Yukon is an impressive, big, and powerful SUV with good performance and better maneuverability than you’d expect from a vehicle of its size. The good news is that the Yukon is also well-built, which means that while it needs all the normal maintenance for a vehicle of its size, it doesn’t need much extra. Still, oil changes, drive belts, and brake checks are all of incredible importance if you want to keep your Yukon in good condition.