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SOURCE: 2002 yukon xl no power check engine light

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Denalis are famous for clogged fuel filters. Change the fuel filter first and see what happens, Get the code for the check engine light. It could be you have a clogged EGR ports. Remove EGR valve and clean out the ports, replace with new gasket and see what happens. Advise of results.

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SOURCE: Loss of Power, VDC light and Slip light comes on

Have ther codes checked that are making the engine light come on first.

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SOURCE: 1998 dodge ram 1500 loss of engine power, slight

Without a code to work with i know those trucks had a problem with the t.p.s. sensor . This will also cause erratic shifting of the transmission

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