I just bought a 2003 Yukon XL. I can't get the DVD to work. It reads the disk but it says that there is a disk error and the parental control is on. I don't have a remote for it nor can I find one online. I've checked everywhere. Any suggestion? I'm a desperate mom trying to keep her kids entertained while driving, please help.
I have not seen this personally but it has been brought up enough to suggest using an after-market portable (that is, if the problem is not in the headunit>portable interface). Sadly, I do not have the data to tell you if that is the case or not but an aftermarket portable might be a good resolve if you are willing and provided that you can hook it up to the Yukon system. Try talking to a Rep at www.crutchfield.com to see about compatibility of some after-market portable players. Call toll-free 1-800-319-8264, 8 am - midnight Eastern
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I'll try to help, everytime something gets replaced on these yukons, that circuit needs to be RESET ! Is there a reset button, on your steering wheel, to reset a variety of functions ? , check owners manual, or call your dealer for better advise
If you are using a DVD player in a different country to the one you purchased it in, then you may have issues reading a disk from a different zone. There is a region code on this webpage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD_region_code
Hi i have the same issue same 2004 model year. Its reads...
"Unable to read data, Check if map DVD is Correct"....what? I cant play a dvd but it plays all my cds so far. Can someone please help me with this problem!!! Any Solutions?
My 2000 Yukon XL with 5300 engine had same problem at 115,800 miles in Aug 2006(I bought the vehicle new January 2000)...My GMC dealer did diagnostic and replaced a faulty 4WD Transfer Case Shift Control. (reading from the service invoice) It was GM part number 15709327. Cost for the repair was $41.48 + labor $74.13, total was $115.71...it now has 165,000 on it and so far no problem and the 4WD works when I need it.
I shipped my 2006 Yukon Denali from USA to Saudi Arabia. When I to purchase the Middle East map DVD for the navigation system. GM Navigation answered me that they do not have the middle east DVD and I should contact the European branch. The dealer in Saudi Arabia is asking for $1200 for the disc and I know it is worth no more than $400. Could you please direct me to someone who sells the 06 Denali navigation map DVD? Thanks..