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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, you can do it, but you will have to remove your entire dash in the process. It's not really difficult, just time consuming. You can remove the front dash cover by opening the doors and removing the covers on each side. They are just clips that hold them on. Take a flat screwdriver and carefully pry them off. You will then see screws on the side that you will need to unbolt, and I believe there are 2 more screws pointed upwards that you can get to if you open your glovebox. After those screws are removed, remove the defroster grill in the middle of your dash. There is just one screw to remove and it unclips. Now you can pry the entire top part of the dashboard off. There are more clips holding it on, so just be careful when you do it. After that, you will see a bunch of screws on the top side that you can unbolt and then you will be able to remove the front cover that sits behind your steering wheel. With these pieces out of the way, you can finally unbolt the front cover where your stereo is and get at whatever your trying to get at to fix your defroster/control knob.
I had to go through all this when I installed my aftermarket stereo.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
I don't know if you already fixed it, but I had the same problem on my 03 yukon, TysonRicky is right. In my case it was the blower control module. You can find it right under the glovebox. It cost me close to $100 for a new one, but very easy to replace. Can't even imagine how much it would've cost me if I had a mechanic do it.
Posted on May 19, 2009
yes alow presure switch is likely on GM and it could be out of freon ,safe way to tell is to put a set of gauges on it and it will tell by passing the low side switch will just destroy the compressor if it is out of freon
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: Gmc yukon stuck in park.
possible brake switch not sending signal to shifter solenoid to allow shifter movement. possible broken shifter knob/relay rod in shifter assembly
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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