Question about GMC Yukon
Yes a little, the rubber boot should be hard if you where to push on it, ive done a few of these that had bad motors, these are the air compressor motors i speak off, have the body module scanned for any codes. these codes will point you in the right direction, also after getting the pump going make sure there are no leaks in the shocks, this is how many compressors go bad the shocks leak and the compressor runs to keep the truck level that it overheats and cooks, hope this is helpful, theres also a relay and some have a relay module that also goes bad, but start with the check for codes.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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