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GMC Yukon Denali, SUV
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#399 of 1099 Re: 2004 GMC Yukon Denali(shorty) Drietrain/exhaust rattle [lobsenza]
Mar 09, 2006 (1:57 pm)
Same thing 2004 Tahoe. Dealer has replaced the muffler, Right front differential, checked a/c lines to the back of truck and door panels etc. The next thing is the Torque Converter Clutch. My condition is very repeatable. Only in 5th (overdrive), at 40-45mph, light acceleration, and up small incline. Once I get to this point I lightly press and let off the gas and it will make it over and over again. If it shift back to drive will not make the noise. Many road test have made me an expert. I think they are on the right track with the TCC. Check out the following post. My symptoms to a tee. http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/tsb/data/pi1014a.pdf
I will not in a week or 2 when the part comes in and is installed I will keep you posted.
#400 of 1099 Re: Low Idle '02 Denali [rod1313]
Mar 09, 2006 (5:01 pm)
Read msg #282 on this post. I had the same problem and it returns every 30K miles or so. I really don't know what causes the problem but I do know that cleaning out the throttle body takes care of it - at least temporarily.
#401 of 1099 Re: 2004 Yukon Denali Interior Dashboard Paint Peeling [robin8]
Mar 16, 2006 (2:20 pm)
I have had this same problem w/ my 04 XL Denali except my finish was bubbling. My dealer re-coated the surface. No problems since with this, but loads of other problems which were covered by warranty. Transmission just went out yesterday with 43k miles on the car. So glad I spent close to 50k on this car!!!
#402 of 1099 Re: GMC Yukon Denali Problems [b5545]
Mar 16, 2006 (2:32 pm)
same problem on my 04 DL Denali. Dealer replaced while under warranty. After talking to GM today regarding transmission failure at 43k miles, rep stated that the speedometer problem was a recall item. Never rec'd anything from GM regarding this.
#403 of 1099 Re: GMC Yukon Denali Problems [stldenali04]
Mar 17, 2006 (1:56 pm)
What speedometer problem did you encounter? I have a speedo problem on my '04 DXL--speedo would start reading way slower than actual...and if I drop my speed down to say, actual 30-35 mph (I can tell 'cuz I can go into diagnostic mode on the factory nav and see the speed that the VSS is reading), the speedo needle will visibly drop below zero mph! Obviously I can't get this problem to repeat on cue, but it has happened on at least two completely separate occasions.
#404 of 1099 Re: Low Idle '02 Denali [tom_ssei]
Mar 18, 2006 (9:35 am)
I did the throttle body clean out, which was relatively simple and it has not hesitated or had a low idle in two days. I was pretty liberal with the about amount of carburetor cleaner I used and I also used a rag to get as much of the built up out as I could. Since then the RPMs have not idled below 600 and it hasn't hesitated any. Message #400 refers to #282 which gave me the idea, thanks "ssbmg". I also changed out the air filter as a preventative measure.
#405 of 1099 Re: GMC Yukon Denali Problems [tdoh]
Mar 18, 2006 (5:00 pm)
The good news is the the low reading will stop.
The bad news is it will start to always read zero or just bounce around a little.
If it is like our '04 DXL it will just stop working.
We were told "It has happened to almost every DXL we have seen ..." cost estimated at about $400 and TEN DAYS to fix. remove, send off fix and replace.
Anyone have any informatin on if this is a recall or not?
#406 of 1099 tire pressure monitor
Mar 20, 2006 (4:34 pm)
i had just put some new 22inch rims on my 04 XL denali. after leaving the shop i notice tire pressure came on dashborad. how can i correct this problem.
#407 of 1099 Re: GMC Yukon Denali Problems [jimwrey]
Mar 22, 2006 (3:52 pm)
I take it the $400 cost is what you'll have to shell out in order to get it fixed? If so, then if you're one of those folks who don't mind upgrading to "snazzier"-looking stuff--you might consider ordering an Escalade Platinum Gauge cluster; much nicer looking than the Denali cluster, plus it won't cost you the arm and leg that GM is charging you to repair or replace your messed-up one.
#408 of 1099 Re: tire pressure monitor [mydenalixl04]
Mar 22, 2006 (3:58 pm)
Either the tire shop didn't take out the TPM sensors from your stock wheels and installed them in your 22" wheels, or they did and just didn't reprogram them.