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2001 Yukon 1500 XL 4 X 4 front differential problem

Thank you Mr Scary for your answer concerning my differential problem with my dealer. So far I never found a drop of oil in my carport concerning that problem. When they say that I have to rebuilt the differential they mention barings and other things. They also told me that I could drive it like that for a little longer but not too much witch got me worried. If I don't see any oil on the ground and no specific warning light on the dash, should I be looking or listening for something particular? Also, as far as you know, is $3,500.00 to change the differential barings too much money?
Again, thank you so much for your help.
Best regards,

Derrick Foy

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  • derrickfoy Jan 12, 2009

    Thank you so much for your help and I will follow your advises.

    Best regards,



    Derrick Foy

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You will be Listening for a Grinding Noise. as for Price to Rebuild----HELL YES it's TOO Much to pay!!!! Any Legititamate Mechanic can Rebuild it for a LOT less. Just keep an Eye out and you should be Just Fine. Been doing Mechanic work for 35 Years. I don't have a Problem Helpin Ya! Just drop me a Line if you need more Help!

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    Travis Humphries Jan 12, 2009

    No Problem! Happy to Help!

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