Question about 2007 Chevrolet Suburban Three-Quarter-Ton LS
Seeing how you have two different issues I would have to say that it is no the antenna but the radio itself. The siris has an antenna jack and the IPod is unrelated to the antenna port. The main board for the radio is out and much easier to replace the radio.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is a problem that happens alot you have to use an impact driver for this and a impact torx bit. the driver is a cylinder shaped tool with a 3/8 drive head. you get the impact torx the the impact driver and a hammer. the tool is inexpensive and will do the trick.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Just serviced my own 4x4 Suburban, by buying a 2nd hand encoder motor and replaced the old one, which was trashed by the winter salt. The device is prone to failure since it's made of alluminium and water has an easy time of entering the unit and trashing it.
CAUTION: Abbreviated gratuitous information of how an encoder motor was serviced. If unqualified to deal with repair, seek professional service.
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To replace it, you need to crawl under the vehicle and remove the front drive shaft;
Disconnect the electric harness to the encoder motor, followed by unbolting it.
Take replacement encoder motor and install. There may be an issue with aligning the cogged cam of the transfer case to the encoder motor. If so, the vehicle's 4 wheels will need to be raised off the ground. The engine started, transmission in Park, and using a Vice-Grip® wrench gently rotate cam clockwise approximately 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch, then while set in this position, stop engine. Now attempt to align and attach the encoder motor.
After successfully attaching new encoder motor, attach its wiring loom.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
I am having the same problem with my CD changer in a 2004 Suburban. Have you found a solution yet? Chevy dealership told me that I would have to replace the radio.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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