Question about 2004 GMC Envoy
Touchpads or (pressure switches) dont work. can't find any type of fuses or relays. Is it possible for both touchpads to go ? rear glass goes up and down ok.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TAILGATE GLASS OPENS
SOUNDS LIKE A INGINTION RELAY FAULT. THERE MAYBE 2 LIKE THE EARLY JAGS.. YOU FIND THESE NEAR FUSE BOX IN THE CAR YOU THEY WILL BE COLOUR CODED OR NUMBER SO BEST THE CHECK IN THE WORK SHOP MANUAL
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
to stop it from opening when you turn ign remove black cap from wiper swicth on the glass you see a circut strip cut the strip so it no longer works/ or replace £70 from Jagaur
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
SOURCE: 2004 envoy xuv tailgate problems
I also have a 2004 GMC XUV. My gate would go down but not swing open. In trying to fix it, the gate then refused to go to the flat position.I have removed the cover plate on the gate and found the one of the solenoids loose from its mounting. Resetting the computer by disconnecting both battery leads and holding them together for ten seconds worked to restore function to the gate going flat, but the swing still does not work. I believe it is a bad solenoid or motor for the bottem left latch pin.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
Do you live in a dusty area? My sister lives in dusty New Mexico and had a malfunctioning XUV tailgate. My reasoning was that something must tell the tailgate not to drop down if the glass is up, and if it can't tell, then it will only open sideways.
So we removed the trim panel, and the tailgate was indeed full of dust. By reaching my arm in, I found two plastic optical sensors which tell the gate whether the glass is up or down; both were coated with dust. After cleaning these the tailgate was back to its normal operation. The two sensors are flat, round - about the size of a nickel or dime...I couldn't see them, just found them by guessing that they must be there. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
SOURCE: 2004 GMC Envoy XUV SLT
First step would be to use a scan tool and command the solenoids
then the second things, would be jumping the solenoid, but this may be tougher than you think without special jumper tools unless of course you do not care about destroying the connectors and/or wires
however, mechanical is easy...
disconnect the solenoid connectors
disconnect solenoid from the rods
pull rods and your gate will open
if this fails then your concern is in the latch assembly itself... which I do about 6 a year at our independent shop.... what a pain!
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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