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GMC Yukon Denali, GMC Yukon, SUV
#2974 of 3279 Re: Turn Signal Issue, 2000 Denali early vin # [dvs]
Aug 22, 2005 (8:37 am)
I think the fast flash is the vehicle's signal to you that you have a blown bulb.
From racermd's post on the GMC Yukon XL / Yukon XL Denali forum:
If you go this route on the turn signals, you'll need to make sure you get a "load balancer" - a resistor that tricks the signal switch into thinking you don't have a blown bulb (LEDs pull less current than an incandecent bulb, which looks like a blown bulb to the switch).
#2975 of 3279 Folding 3rd Row seats on Yukon
Aug 22, 2005 (8:51 am)
For 2007 Yukon Models coming out in the spring... Is GM getting with the program to have the 2nd and 3rd row seats folding flat and powered 3rd row seats like Ford? Other changes coming for improvement?
#2976 of 3279 GMC Yukon Power Seats
Aug 23, 2005 (12:40 pm)
I am wondering if there is a way that you can adjust how far back the power seats will move.
#2977 of 3279 Re: air pressure sensors in 22" wheels [arrie]
Aug 23, 2005 (8:14 pm)
I tried to get to the rearm sensor and i was unable to get it to come up. I found a "getting to know your Yukon Denali". It says see section 5 in your owners manual. I looked in my owners manual and was not able to find the procedure.
Looking for any more ideas on how to reset this error message.
BTW the error message is actually " Check pressure sensor"
thanks for all the help
#2978 of 3279 Yukon v. Tahoe - any difference?
Aug 24, 2005 (8:10 am)
I'm considering a Tahoe or Yukon. Is there any difference between the 2? Thanks.
#2979 of 3279 Re: Yukon v. Tahoe - any difference? [alston28]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Aug 24, 2005 (10:28 am)
This article is a bit dated but may be of interest:
#2980 of 3279 Re: Thoughts on GM Protection Plan (Warranty) for '04 Yukon [berob]
Aug 24, 2005 (10:29 am)
Go to gmoutlet.com; that's where I bought my GMPP from...
I'm not saying that they have the lowest GMPP prices, but they're the lowest I've been able to find from a seemingly-reputable GM dealer. Well, not really "seemingly", as I have my GMPP card and policy sitting at home...so there's nothing to really worry about as far as dealing with gmoutlet.com.
#2981 of 3279 Bad Actuator in Blower for A/C???
Aug 28, 2005 (5:29 pm)
I had 1,500 miles on my 2005 Denali when we noticed any and all odors from outside coming inside the cab while the air recycling button was on. Took it to dealer in Tampa and they stated it was blowing below 5 counts and should read at 10 counts. When I picked it up they stated GMC just found out about this and did not have a fix for it but GMC was working on making the replacement part. They shot expando foam around the glove and told me it woud be a couple of months. Has anyone else experienced this???
The Bulletin was "PIT3655A"
Yoshii in Tampa
#2982 of 3279 Major Guard coverage
Aug 30, 2005 (9:04 am)
Took 02 DXL into dealer for some things. I asked about why my passenger mirror squeked so much when turning it in. Went to show them and it snapped. They said there was a kit GM put out for this that replaces the j clip and spring. I was charged for the kit and labor. Has anyone else had this issue? I called major guard and they said it was not covered because it was not electronic - but manual movement. Do you feel this should be covered?
#2983 of 3279 "Stolen" Keyless Entry Remote - Solution? Help!
Sep 01, 2005 (10:39 am)
Several weeks ago my wife's key ring and keys, including the key and remote to her '04 Yukon, disappeared. We searched in vain and finally chalked it up to mischevious fascination my 2-year old has with keys and assumed they would just show up one day. Last night my wife's Yukon was "broken" into and several items were stolen, the most important of which were her diamond wedding rings. Now I know you're asking, as I did, why in the hell her rings were in the car, but that's another story. Since she always locks the car and swears she did last night, and since there were no signs of forceable entry (just the passenger door left ajar), I am left to conclude that perhaps the perp is the one with the keys and remote. This is disconcerting for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that if true, they also have my house keys. So I'll change the house locks and just ASSUMED I would change the car locks and the remote. The GMC dealership referred me to a locksmith to have the locks changed, but they advised that ONE CANNOT GET A NEW REMOTE THAT IS PROGRAMMED DIFFERENTLY from the factory remote. In other words, I was told that if the perp has the remote, he will forever have access to my vehicle. I'm assuming my only option is to disable the factory remote system and install an after-market system. I don't know how this would work with the driver 1 and 2 preference settings that the current remotes control. Does anyone have any direct experience with this or any general advice or solutions? Thank you in advance.