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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it has to do with your air ride suspension best bet is take it to the dealer there is probably a problem with a level sensor. hope this helps you
Posted on Mar 16, 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
SOURCE: Replace headlamps 2007 GMC Yukon
It should be pretty easy, thats why there no "directions" Lift up the hood, now at the headlights there should be 2 rods, lift these rods and the lights should lift out, to access the bulbs.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
My first question is, is the vehicle still under factory warranty at 35,000 miles? If it is have it checked out by the dealer. Aside from that there are situations of oil burn that fall into limits by the manufacturer, however, 1 qt every 3000 miles on a vehicle that new seems excessive. Your dealer should be able to provide you with the manufacturers limits as it's stated in the vehicles service manual on your vehicle. But make sure they give you a copy of the page not just hear it by word of mouth. If there are no external oil leaks on your engine then it has to be burning it internally which would mean the only way to find any worn parts would be tear down of the engine to identify them. There are a few things you can try before going to that extreme especially if your truck is running fine. Try a different grade of oil or switch to synthetic oil. Make sure you change all filters, pcv valve and maintenance items as prescribed in your owners manual at the time recommended depending upon your driving habits. Keep it well tuned.
If your dealer said this was a problem they've had similar complaints on there's a possibility there's a TSB (technical service bulletine) out on the vehicle for the problem. Which means the manufacturer is aware of the problem and has given instructions for a procedure to correct it in most cases. Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks. I maintain my cars,change oil ever 3k miles, etc. When I took it in the last time they checked for leaks. They acknoledeged other complaints"
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