Question about GMC Yukon Denali
I know where the fuse boxes @ but, cant find any fuse for the alarm... Can anybody tell me where's the actual fuse for the antitheft alarm system on the 01-06 GMC/Yukon/Denali???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try the batteries in the keyless remote.Then if those are good on the driver side left kick panel. Is the fuse block. on top to the left there is a row of six fuses. two rows of three there should be a cover for it and on the cover there is a indicator on it for the alrm systems. try fuse first. the if thats not it then in the trunk on the right hand side behind the carpet is a box that is held by two #10 screws. take it off and on the box it has two wiring harneses and a antenna looking cable. try the box afterwords though because they are expensive. form ford they are about 400$ . try salvage yards if still no luck i have 3 systems with remotes.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
Everything you need to bypass this system yourself can be found on this link.
Posted on Jan 11, 2012
The best way to do it is to use the correct key for the vehicle. If you are using the correct key, then you need to get your immobilizer system properly diagnosed and repaired. There is no way to "override" the system without damaging the computer system that controls it (which also makes your engine run).
Please note: There are many self-proclaimed "auto experts" that will point you in the direction of several web sites that claim to show you how to do such things. Some of them can work, some of them cannot possibly work - ALL of them are opening up a can of worms that you will probably not be wanting to deal with (or pay for) once it is opened....I would think LONG and HARD before attempting any modifications to your vehicle or its computer systems....It may cost you a small fortune if you later decide that the modifications need to be reversed in order to get your vehicle functioning correctly.
Posted on May 07, 2012
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