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#1033 of 1091 Re: battery keeps dying [426whit]
Jan 21, 2012 (7:18 pm)
I have the exact same problem. It is driving me crazy four batteries later.
#1034 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [cassimero]
Feb 18, 2012 (5:12 am)
I am having the same issue with my 2005 Yukon Denali xl. I noticed the head lights and the dash lights flickering. At the same time the voltage meter was dropping and spiking between 12 - 16. I changed out my alternator but still having the issue. Have you changed your headlights recently? That is the only other thing I have changed when this started.
#1035 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [mike678]
Feb 18, 2012 (12:22 pm)
We have an '03 Yukon Denali & it has had the same issue since it was new. Other than that, it's been an outstanding vehicle. Every time I turn off the Stabilitrak, the problem goes away. I discovered it when driving through some winding canyons at night. My personal opinion is that the Stabilitrak takes so much electricity to operate, it takes power away from everything else. Perhaps a larger alternator or larger battery may help. It's not that important to me. If I'm on a winding road where it's flickering alot, I just press the Stabilitrak button and turn it off. Hopes this helps.
#1036 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [moto15]
Feb 18, 2012 (8:31 pm)
Thanks for the help. I will give that a try and see ifnitngoes away.
#1037 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [mike678]
Mar 06, 2012 (5:52 am)
Where is the stabilizer button. My Yukon is a 2005 XL Denali
#1038 of 1091 04 Denali XL oil leak
Mar 06, 2012 (7:53 am)
Had the radiator replaced about a year ago, ever since then the oil cooler inlet & outlet line fittings have been leaking where they attach to the radiator & have about 1/16" of play. Any ideas out there on this problem & how to correct it? Vehicle has 165K miles and didn't leak prior to radiator replacement.
#1039 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [mike678]
Mar 06, 2012 (8:23 am)
I'm not familliar with the '05. With my '03, there's an on/off button right on the dash.
#1040 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [mike678]
Mar 06, 2012 (11:22 am)
Are you speaking of the StabiliTrack system? StabiliTrak and part of the traction control system can be turned off or back on by pressing the StabiliTrak® button located on the instrument panel. The button looks like a vehicle with s-shaped tire tracks in its wake (see p. 4-9 in your owner's manual).
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#1041 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [moto15]
Mar 08, 2012 (5:29 am)
This is my wife's car. I don't drive it to much.
#1042 of 1091 Re: Need Help--- Denali 02 [gmcustsvcsarah]
Mar 08, 2012 (5:32 am)
Thanks Sarah! What a great site to get questions answered. Brilliant for you guys to monitor and help your customers. I think this is also a great tool for you guys to see what problems or changes need to be made to your vehicles.