Putting together a little Light guide similar to what MotoMedic did for the Silverados. More details to come on this with swaps and some photos. (Yukon and Yukon XL Only Low, High, fog, license and back-up apply as GMC has more OEM LED handling the others). Some of these may apply to 2014 model year but the bulb size is different like the 2014 Yukons. Tutorial videos (Courtesy of CarCareKiosk and some random dude on YouTube) reflect as: * Chevrolet ** GMC Side Note: OEM HID Color is approximately 4200-4300K. LuciasMaximus and I are playing around with color matching the factory LED DRL. The factory LED DRL appears to be between 5500K-6000K color wise. Suburban*/Tahoe*/Yukon**/Yukon XL**: Low Beam Lights w/HID*,** - D3S
Low Beam Lights*,** - H11 (H11-55W)
Replace Low Beam Bulb Tutorial *
Replace Low Beam Bulb Tutorial **
High Beam Lights*,** - 9005 (HB3)
Replace High Beam Bulb Tutorial *
Replace High Beam Bulb Tutorial **
Front turn signal* - 7440NA
Replace Front Turn Signal Bulb Tutorial *
Fog Lights*,** - PSX26W - (12278 / 12278C1 / H28W) Replace Fog Light Bulb Tutorial * Replace Fog Light Bulb Tutorial ** Back-up Lights / Reverse Lights*,** - 921 (921W / W16W)
Replace Back-up/Reverse Light Tutorial * Replace Back-up/Reverse Light Tutorial ** License Plate Lights*,** - 194 (194W / 12961) Replace License Plate Bulb Tutorial *, ** (Starts at 0:30) Rear Turn/Stop Lights* - 7440 (7440W) Replace Rear Turn/Stop Bulbs Tutorial *
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
GM continues to black out every model and the new 2018 Chevy Tahoe Custom Midnight looks great to our eyes. “The introduction of the Tahoe Custom last year was well-received by our customers who were looking for the capability of a full-size SUV with the added utility of increased rear cargo space,” said Sandor Piszar, Chevrolet Trucks marketing director. “The Tahoe Custom Midnight takes the capability and value of the Custom trim and adds rugged, all-black features found on our popular Midnight Editions."
The $45,995 2018 Chevy Tahoe Custom Midnight is based on the LS trim and has the following features and appearance changes:
All-black Midnight appearance
18-inch painted black wheels with aggressive Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires
Off-road assist steps
Black bowtie emblems.
Third-row seat deleted for additional utility, increasing cargo space behind the second row to 54 cubic feet
355-hp, 5.3L V-8 engine
6,600 pounds of towing capacity
How do you like the look? Would you prefer the third-row seat or the extra cargo area?
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Just purchased our 2018 Yukon Xl with Lane Keep Assist. The lane keep assist will not turn the wheel until I am approx.. 18 inches over the lane. It will then move the steering wheel to get me back in. if I don’t touch the wheel it will go all the way over the opposite side lane approx. 18 inches and when the vehicle crosses the lane line on the opposite side it advises to take control of the vehicle and vibrates my seat on the side I’m over that line. I was informed by my GMC dealer this is normal and they took the vehicle for 2 20 mile test drives. I asked them to put in writing that 18 inches over the line is correct according to GM engineer that they had on the phone. Every ounce of my body is telling me this is not how it was designed. On a back rode in New England you are lucky if a pole or tree is off the road by 18 inches. Which means before Yukon even senses I’m over the line I would have hit something. I had a 2015 Yukon with Lane Departure Warning and the thing would go off if I was within 6 inches of the lane on either side. Someone Help!!!!
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