Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
GMC revealed the 2018 Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition at the LA Auto show while handing out black ice cream cones. This new halo trim brings every available option on the Yukon Denali with the Open Road package plus a style all its own.
The Ultimate Black Edition is available on either the two or four-wheel drive Yukon and comes only with Onyx Black exterior paint.
The unique trim adds:
-New black-painted 22-inch wheels with chrome inserts
-Polished exhaust tip
-Chrome mirror caps
-Premium carpeted floormats
New to the forum. Just bought my first Chevy in over 15 years and absolutely love it! I have a 2017 Black Silverado, Double Cab, LTZ, Z71, 6.5' bed.
I am in the process of Chrome deleting/covering. After purchasing the truck I have made the following changes: Swapped 20" chrome for 22" Tahoe style black. wheels, mud flaps, black mirror covers, black door handle covers, black tailgate handle covers, swapped factory chrome window moldings for black, and Bestop tri-fold cover. I really like the all black look, but I want to stick with the gloss black, not matte. I still want to replace the antenna, the front grille assembly with Midnight Edition or something similar (no chrome) and change out the chrome "skid plate" on the lower front bumper with black.
I am looking for help with a couple of things: A part number or source for the grille and skidplate. I have seen a couple of numbers for the grill but they all seem to be discontinued and I cannot find any info at all on a black skid plate for the lower bumper. Anyone who is interested in a chrome/black parts swap. I have the original chrome window moldings that I would like to sell
Thanks and look forward to being a Chevy owner for a long time to come!
Hey guys, I'm new to the forum and looking any suggestions on a problem that has me stumped with my avalanche. It has a hard start condition. It seems to be related to the outside temperature. I didn't do it all winter and started back as the weather warmed up. It starts fine if the engine is completely cold and it starts fine if you crank it within about 15-20 minutes after cutting it off. If I cut the truck off and let it sit for two hours and try to start it it cranks for several seconds before starting. it's a 2004 with the 5.3. It doesn't have an inline fuel filter or a fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail. Everything is in the tank module, which I have replace with a new AC Delco unit. I have also replaced the evap vent and purge solenoid. I'm going to try a crank sensor just for the heck of it tomorrow. It doesn't set any codes. Does this sound familiar to anyone. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!!
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