Question about 2001 GMC Yukon XL
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is one fuse for all the dash gauges, so chances are you have a wiring problem to the gauge sender on the engine or the gauge is defective, which is rare.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
It is probable that the cable for the speedometer is streached and your MPH reading is incorrect all or most of the time, get a friend to drive behind you at say 55 MPH so you will know the odometer reading ( may prevent speeding ticket )
All metal expands when heated and contracts as it cools. Your cable becomes slack when hot. Stay Safe!
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Double check your wiring on the radio. The factory radio has a wire that comes from the vehicle speed sensor. When you speed up, the radio gets louder. When you slow down the radio gets quieter. That wire may go into the radio and then to the speedo depending on how the vehicle is wired. You may have to connect that wire to another (check wiring diagram). Another thought is that you accidentally hooked that wire up to something wrong and it blew a fuse. Good luck
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
You can check the speed sensor on the transmission. Tap the cluster to see if it will reset. If not remove and unplug the cluster if the guage stays its just stuck if it falls when you unplug it you might have a short somewhere.if it does stay you can take the plastic housing apart and try to reset it by hand.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
It sounds more like a possibly bad CV joint in an axle shaft or internal differential problem. There is no mechanical linkage to the front axle, its all electronically controlled. The front suspension is pretty good there aren't a lot of rattle type noises created from it. I need more info to diagnose better. Does it do it only moving? or stopped? over bumps only? in 4wd only? while turning? certain gears or speed only?
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
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