Question about 1998 GMC Yukon
SOURCE: 2003 GMC Yukon
You will have to remove the intake manifold to gain access to the knock sensors. There are two sensors in the valley under rubber plugs. The sensor in the rear has a tendency to fill up with water and cause trouble. You have to make a dam with RTV to stop the water from getting in there.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Important: The original oil pan gasket is retained and aligned to the oil pan by rivets. When installing a new gasket, it is not necessary to install new rivets.
DO NOT reuse the oil pan gasket. When installing the oil pan, install a NEW oil pan gasket.
Caution: Refer to Battery Disconnect Caution in Service Precautions.
10. Remove the engine wiring harness retainer bolts from the engine oil pan.
11. Remove the engine oil cooler pipe to oil pan bolt.
12. Remove the transmission oil cooler pipe retainer and the bolt from the oil pan.
13. Remove the starter motor. Refer to Starter Motor Replacement.
14. Remove the left closeout cover and bolt.
15. Remove the engine oil pan. Refer to Oil Pan Removal.
Important: The alignment of the structural oil pan is critical. The rear bolt hole locations of the oil pan provide mounting points for the transmission bellhousing. To ensure the rigidity of the powertrain and correct transmission alignment, it is important that the rear of the block and the rear of the oil pan must NEVER protrude beyond the engine block and transmission bellhousing plane.
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009
check for plugged fuel filter on the frame rail on driver side, blow through it to see if it is plugged. also have fuel pressure checked if it is below 60 psi replace fuel pump
Posted on May 08, 2009
most cars have two one before the converter and one after they are your o2 senors if you go to a pars store they can tell you how many and what kind
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
do not replace only the bearing. replace hub assembly. remove rim/tire , remove caliper, mounting plate, rotor. . un bolt hub assembly, unplug abs. remove front axle nut if 4x4. you may need to rent the axle nut remove kit and hub puller. pull out hub. drive axle reward out of hub. install new part. do not torque hub over 90lbs. check with parts sell for spec
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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