Question about 2003 GMC Yukon Denali
Look under the car find two straps the hold the tank they will have one bolt for each strap suport the tank with a jack or something and take the straps off then take the fuel filler hose off then label the fuel lines and wires and disconnect them also if the tank is full of full remove the fuel hose the big one and use a smaller hose and sifone the gas out trust me that tank is gonna be heavy if its full.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if your engine starts up and dies right away the you probably have a fuel pump problem and the service ride control mean that your air ride compressor has gone bad just turn your key to the on position and wait about 30 seconds you will here buzzing from the left rear wheel area if the compressor is working
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
You are going to have to pry it over the axle on one side of the park brake shoe assembly with either a pry bar or screwdriver. then just pop the new one back over the axle in the same way. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
It is best to allow the engine to cool down for about 3-hours before starting this job. This is for safety and convenient reasons. It also helps to minimize the loss of coolant. Coolant draining into the environment should be avoided.
After the engine cools down, disconnect the negative terminal of the battery.
Location: The Denali's engine coolant temperature-sensor is located (threaded) into the cylinder-head just above the spark-plug. It is good thing to remove the spark plug wire in the coolant temperature-senor's immediate area. This will allow more room to work it out.
It is removed by first undoing its electrical plug, and then using a deep socket with wrench to loosen the coolant temperature-sensor.
Once done, verify that the electrical connector is replaced in its proper location. Then coonect back the negative battery terminal.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
You can get the codes checked and see if you have a level sensor code.The level sensors are known to go bad on these vehicles.Sometimes when you rock the vehicle it will start to work properly.What happens is the fingers on the level sensor wear out and it works erratically.You can get the level sensor separately from the fuel sending unit.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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