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I have a 2006 gmc yukon and just had it for 1 year and the engine came on yesterday and did oil change but still on i thought that since i have 22,inch rims that was the problem

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Check owners manual for reset procedure. or try the key in on position so dashlights are on & holds gas pedal to floor or key on & pump gas pedal 3xs. or call dealer

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The local high school auto shop recently replaced the radiator in my 2006 Yukon and did not connect the oil lines correctly. The oil leaked out and the engine stopped.


A lot depends on how long the engine ran without oil. If the starter will still crank it, you might be lucky. If the engine has a lot of miles on it, it might be best to overhaul it, since rings and crankshaft bearings suffer the most .

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Sounds funny, I would take it to an indepened repair shop and have them check it out, we have many customer's with Yukon and have not heard of that, I have a GMC with over 315,000 miles and between oil changes, maybe a qts low, have it check else where.

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the engine light needs to be scanned with a scan tool to pull a code, with that code you can start to diagnose, check your gas cap, make sure its tight, other than that you need to get it scanned before we can help you further

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the engine light needs to be scanned with a scan tool to pull a code, with that code you can start to diagnose, check your gas cap, make sure its tight, other than that you need to get it scanned before we can help you further

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if you look in owners manual all maint. sched. is in it.

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