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#64 of 185 tcs stabilitrak issue fixed/resolved
Feb 15, 2012 (10:13 pm)
I had all of the issues reported here on my 2007 Chevy Suburban. TCS lights/stabilitrak lights going haywire, heavy oil consumption, my wife even said the vehicle lurched in park and the doors locked on her. Dealer diagnosis kept coming up as 'lean codes'. I complained to Detroit and stood my ground as the issue started just weeks before the warranty expired. Mine has been fixed and doing good for 6 months now after the dealer replaced the fuel pump(after many other attempted fixes). They did it at their cost $600 as I politely didn't back down---calling chevy detroit really helped expedite my fix as the dealer dealt with me much more promptly afterwards.
#65 of 185 Re: tcs stabilitrak issue fixed/resolved [hezekiah12]
Apr 24, 2012 (5:43 pm)
Does this problem continue in the '08s or '09s?
#66 of 185 stabilitrak-cruise control
Sep 06, 2012 (7:53 am)
i am having same problem as most of you i bought my yukon jan 2006 by june 2007 problems started and the dealer would tell me that they couldn't diagnose the problem unless it was happening when i brought in
#67 of 185 Re: stabilitrak-cruise control [omckenzie]
Sep 06, 2012 (8:01 am)
Our issue was this... Is your oil burning more rapidly too? The pistons had to get replaced because the way the engine turns off the 4 cylinders... It's just under a recall... if you ask a reputable dealer...they will tell you...
#68 of 185 Re: stabilitrak-cruise control [omckenzie]
Sep 06, 2012 (9:57 am)
Good afternoon omckenzie,
I'm sorry that you've experienced Stabilitrak difficulties with your Yukon. When was your most recent diagnosis performed by your dealership? If it was within the last 30 days, we can follow up on your visit with them. Let us know!
Sarah, GM Customer Service
#69 of 185 Any New Updates on this Issue?
Oct 17, 2012 (2:18 pm)
Last week had similar problem with stabilitrak light coming on, then reduced engine power. It happened when I was at a stop sign and then accelerated. Took it into dealer driving 25 miles per hour and they said it needed maintenance and the throttle was really dirty....$430 later. Today, it did the same thing from a dead stop except this time, it had NO power. I was able to get it to the side of the road and called the dealer who sent a tow truck to come get it. It's there now and they think the throttle body needs to be replaced to the tune of over $450, but they're gonna try and cut some of the service fee off and give me 10% off the part. REALLY??!! They're not even really sure at this point that this is what the problem is. They are "trying" a couple other things before resorting to replacing the throttle body. So...what I am worried about is that I drive many little girls to soccer practice 3 nights a week and have to take the freeway to get them there. What if this happens while i'm on the freeway going 70?? I'm afraid something tragic may happen and GMC hasn't seemed to care (from what I'm reading on all kinds of different forums). Anybody with a sure fire fix yet???
#70 of 185 Re: Any New Updates on this Issue? [mishelin]
Oct 18, 2012 (4:51 am)
Good morning mishelin,
If you would like for us to follow up on this with your dealership, please email us at socialmediagm.com with more details (including your name, Edmunds username, contact information, the last 8 digits of your VIN and mileage, and the name of your dealership).
Sarah, GM Customer Service
#71 of 185 Throttle Body replaced - Waiting for something else to happen
Oct 18, 2012 (9:52 am)
And just for the record, after replacing the throttle body ($400) yesterday, my Yukon is still experiencing a delay from when I push the gas pedal to when it actually goes. Same as before. Same as it was doing right when all the stabilitrak /check engine warning lights came on and I lost engine power. Am anxious every time I get behind the wheel now and am waiting for the other shoe to drop (so to speak).
Did anyone ever file suit due to Lemon or Class Action?
#72 of 185 Re: Any New Updates on this Issue? [gmcustsvcsarah]
Nov 20, 2012 (1:34 pm)
Having the same issue with a 2009 Yukon. First there were no indications of a problem and it died at a red light and would not start. I had to push it out of the intersection during rush hour with my wife and two little ones. The battery quickly went dead after about 15 min of the flashers on.
Towed to the dealership and they charged the battery and found no issues with the yukon or the battery. Just outside of warrenty but less than 34k miles!
Now today the stabilitrak lights start to blink. Going to have to take it back in and see if they can fix it. Glad I found this site as it appears that GM hasn't got a clear hold of the issue and the likelyhood of me getting this resolved the 2nd time would be slim without this knowledge.
Wish me luck...
#73 of 185 Re: Any New Updates on this Issue? [yuk09sier12]
Nov 24, 2012 (8:01 am)
Keep us updated on this, yuk09sier12. If you would like for us to check into this situation further with your dealership, we are happy to do so. Please email us at socialmediagm.com with more information (include your name and contact information, the last 8 digits of your VIN and mileage, the name of your dealership, and a summary of the situation).
Sarah, GM Customer Service