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GMC Yukon, GMC Yukon Denali, GMC Yukon XL, Electrical, SUV
#23 of 169 Re: Electrical issues almost everywhere [poet1335]
Mar 11, 2010 (11:55 am)
2000 Yukon Denali Wipers, Radio, Windows issues with a solution.
I own this vehicle and just was able to get it fixed. The problem for mine was in the integrated body control module. This is under the middle console in between the front seats where cup holders and such are.
You can take off the cover off pretty easily. The BCM (body control module) is below most everything. Once you open it up there is a small circuit board. On the back of the circuit board where most of the soldering is there is a bad connection. We don't know what this is due to. Inside the black cover of the BCM we noticed there was some gray dust where the soldering had gone bad.
You can unhook it and just re apply new soldering and this solves the problem. You circuit board may be cracked so check that also.
This is what solved my electrical issues in my 2000 Denali and I hope this helps others!
#24 of 169 Re: Yukon Electrical [moorempv]
Apr 28, 2010 (9:16 am)
The battery on our 2004 GMC Yukon with a Denali engine is being drained by something electrical causing us to jump the battery after sitting at first overnight and has progressed to needing to be jumped after just a couple of hours. This a sudden problem and as I am out of work I am trying to figure it out as I know that diagnosing an electrical issue can be costly. So far I have unhooked the radio and the clock to see if that was the problem to no avail. Could it be something as simple as the key fob. The pads to lock and unlocked are worn and the battery has never been replaced. Any ideas? Oh and I forgot: the battery was replaced at Sears and we did take it in to check out the battery and they said that it was an electrical issue!
#25 of 169 Re: Electrical issues almost everywhere [apmartin28]
Apr 28, 2010 (9:48 am)
In response I took off the cup holder and looked inside to find that I looks like perhaps a drink had been spilled at some time and looks like it leaked down onto the wiring. We have a 2004 GMC Yukon/Denali that is having electrical issues causing a drain on the battery. As soon as I get home I plan to take a better look at the board! Thanks, this may have set me in the right direction. I fear that soon my one year old battery is going to need replacing after so many drains and jumps!
#26 of 169 Re: GMC Yukon Denali (2005) Electrical Issue [rps_alaska]
May 25, 2010 (10:12 am)
hello ! im from Fresno CA and im having the same electrical problem as you did/are i have a 2007 gmc yukon that Ive been bothering with cus ethe battery runs down. im just trying to find out if you got it fixed and what you did to fix it.....
if you havent fixed it maybe this would help
I was sitting on the vehicle for a while and noticed that an actuator goes off every 45-65 seconds I can hear a click sound on my door and just before that i can hear the speakers go off like if i plugged in a audio cord.... weird !! i tried dissmantling the car and took off the bottom dashbord to find were the click was coming from but I got frustrated so I put it all back together!! any suggestions..
the odd thing of it all is that Im a salesman for a GMC dealership and our techs have not found the problem with my yukon.. I was suggested to buy a solar panel and place it on my roof so that it keeps my battery charged at all times !! ($195.Oreilly) so hope u find my info useful if you havent fixed yours and if you did please advise!!! jmora83yahoo.com
#28 of 169 How to get the rear door trim panels off my 2003 Yukon Denali
May 26, 2010 (9:30 am)
Well, I've got my replacement door ajar switch in hand and am chomping at the bit to replace it. But, I need more help with information how to remove the rear door trim panels from my 2003 Yukon Denali. I found one screw at the bottom of the trim pad, and was expecting push clips around the perimeter but found none. I don't want to just push and pull without knowledge. Please advise the procedure for removing the door trim.
#29 of 169 Re: Yukon Electrical [ma_marouch]
May 26, 2010 (6:56 pm)
I have the same draw problem. We put a priority start in the truck and it only allows the battery to draw down to a point and then it shuts everything down. Turn the key again and the truck starts. I have not replaced a battery since. It's around $90 and easy to install.
#30 of 169 Re: ride controll [jax12]
May 26, 2010 (7:03 pm)
I have a message that says service ride control. Is this the same problem you had? What did it cost you to fix?
#31 of 169 07 denali rear camera quit
Jun 08, 2010 (7:51 pm)
any suggestions before i tear into it ? thanks
#32 of 169 solder rear glass heat wire
Jun 12, 2010 (7:06 pm)
Any suggestions on soldering to the glass of the rear window