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#145 of 308 2004 GMC Yukon Electrical Issues
Jun 22, 2010 (2:33 pm)
2004 GMC Yukon - I realize that the speedometer cluster was recalled which I didn't find out about until I had passed the 80,000 mile mark. That I can bear. Recently the seat heater control on the driver's side has started cycling (making a clicking noise near the dash fuse box) from high to medium to low and continues to do this for several minutes. Next came the traction control sensor indicator in the menu telling me that (although I hadn't touched it) it had been turned off. Saturday, I got into my truck and the battery was dead. Jump started it and it was dead again the next morning. Jumped it again and the air conditioning control panel was completely dead - and... in this Alabama 100 degree weather, heated air is blowing out of the vents. With no way to control it or turn it off... I am in misery. Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated.
#146 of 308 Re: 2004 GMC Yukon Electrical Issues [alabamayukon]
Jun 22, 2010 (3:20 pm)
Ok guys... this chick just disconnected the negative battery cable and then reconnected it. The air conditioner digital panel is now working, but the air is only blowing through the defrost...but it's COLD!!! Thank goodness! Not sure how to fix this now that it's locked in one position... any comments?
#147 of 308 rear air no blowing 2003 yukon xl
Jun 23, 2010 (10:11 am)
rear air no blowing 2003 yukon xl
I am having a problem with my rear a/c in a 2003 yukon xl. NO air is blowing out of it, hot nor cold. The front air blows fine.
Does anyone have a suggestion? thanks
#148 of 308 Hot in KC. No air blowing out rear air vents
Jun 29, 2010 (9:29 am)
GMC Yukon front air conditioning works great but it has no air coming out of the rear vents at all. any help appreciated.
#149 of 308 Re: Hot in KC. No air blowing out rear air vents [bulldog26]
Jun 29, 2010 (1:14 pm)
Have you had anyone diagnose the problem with your vehicle? How long has the concern been present? Thank you,
Mariah GM Customer Service
#150 of 308 Hot air on passenger side...relearned...now hot air coming out defrost
Jun 30, 2010 (2:12 pm)
My 2004 Yukon Denali has almost always had the hot on passenger side...cool on driver's side. I took it in and they "reprogrammed" it back in 2006. The problem still occurred. Figured they'd keep reprogramming every time, so I just lived with it.
I could either just restart the car or turn the heat all the way up...then back down.
I recently started reading about this problem and did the relearn (pull the fuse under the hood) and now I have hot air coming out of the defrost all the time. I've tried relearning a few times (by the way).
Where do I go from here? I wouldn't think all my actuators went bad. Does that mean it's one of the control modules?
I've put a call into the dealer and explained my case. I stated that I know I'm out of warranty, but it's a well known problem that I did report. I mostly don't want to pay for them to guess at things. Willing to pay to get it fixed...only if they fix it...and just what's wrong.
Thanks for any thoughts.
#151 of 308 2003 GMC Yukon XL Constant defrost vent
Jul 08, 2010 (9:00 am)
AC/Heater control position has no effect. Constant defrost. Thank goodness the AC works in defrost at least. Is it a vacume line or faulty switch? Thanks for the help!!!
#152 of 308 Re: 2003 GMC Yukon XL Constant defrost vent [gingerb048]
Jul 08, 2010 (10:08 am)
After a long weekend and a 6 hour car ride the AC switch to blowing out the dash vents again.
I'm still amazed that GM won't admit something is wrong here.
#154 of 308 Thanks...another question...operating without an actuator
Jul 16, 2010 (5:27 pm)
Thanks for the pictures. I wanted to try this but read a lot of the forums talking about taking the whole dash apart. I messed with this part one day investigating and couldn't get to that back screw out. I didn't try TOO hard.
Can I remove the actuator and move the door by hand....drive for a few days (knowing that side will be stuck on cold) then wait for the replacement part?