Question about 2007 GMC Yukon Denali
WOW, THIS COULD BE INTERESTING......from a dirty earth connection at the starter to a loose battery post......ignition switch fault to a relay terminal.For anyone/a dealer to "find"this "fault", they would have to have the car as soon as the fault appears.(in other words"you go to start it and nothing,then they start work....)you would need voltmeters/testers..jumper wires...and a lot of patience,(and luck)to find this fault for a reasonable cost........the last time i had a problem like this i swapped cars with my customer for a MONTH before the fault arose.yes we did sort it,starter motor pos pillar isolation compound cracked.....(was a nice ride for me though....)best of luck.Geoff.England.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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