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I’m trying to fix the pop in the steering wheel. There is the PIT for it and I have the parts. i initially thought there was a hole on each side of the wheel to insert a tool and push a retaining spring to release the airbag. But on the 2015 Yukon Denali the holes are covered. (Pic attached) i saw a video where the guy pokes a hole in the wheel. this can’t be right. Is it like the Colorado/canyon where you take off the column trim, rotate the wheel 180° and insert a screw driver from the bottom (no one top) to release it? any help?
I have the steering wheel creak.... well, I have had it for a while. But just like the transmission shudder the local two dealers could not replicate. And then covid happened and fast forward im out of warranty (2015 GMC Yukon Xl Denali, 29800 miles). So off to a dealer 1.5 hrs away for the recalls and they say they will do the trans flush for free as a gesture (I think they saw the 4 times it had been into the local dealer for the issue and took pity). They said they tried to flush it 3 times and the shudder still persisted. They didnt put more than a mile on the truck so I doubt it. The shudder is probably worse now but Im going to give it some mileage for the fluid to fully work its way around. Anyways, they said they could not get the parts in to fix the creak in the steering, which would be a pay job. I waited a week and no call back from the dealer about sourcing parts to do the job, so I ordered the parts online and they have arrived. The NHTSB document (https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2017/MC-10137730-9999.pdf ) on the repair mentions the Turn signal switch cancel cam replacement repair procedure for additional info. Does anyone have that SI? I just want to make sure I have my i's dotted and T's crossed before I get into this. The set up is just different enough from the current Gen colorado's for me to double check. Thanks for any help
I have a 2018 Colorado V6 ZR2. I have put 17 inch method 701 wheels and 35's on it. The front drivers side tpms will read for a little while, maybe half a day to 2 days, and then it will stop reading it. I have rotated the wheels and its just that position, it happens regardless of the wheel/tpms. Is that corner the furthest from the tpms receiver? Any other reason why that corner alone would do it? Truck is not lifted. I am running fiberglass
Im in concord, and am looking for an independent repair shop for my yukon denali. There are things I no longer want to deal with myself, and dont want to go to the dealer with. I have a 15i yukon Xl and a modified colorado. This is mostly for the yukon. Can anyone recommend a trustworthy shop in the east bay?
Anyone have a way to get ride of he magneic ride on the Denalis (yukon) and go to something worth a damn with out triggering a million error codes? Not looking to go higher than 3 inches, 2 would be better, but something that is capable of the weight of these trucks headed out to ghost towns etc.
We have a 15i Denali XL with 14k on the clock. We dont drive much obviously. The truck feels woefully under dampened. Feels like blown shocks when you hit any sort of crappy roads, rolling speed bumps (not the small sharp ones, but even cawling over those is a forever bouncing experience) and there has been a growing slight squeak. I had the dealer look at the suspension last week but he says all is normal. I have 20 inch wheels, and this occurs loaded or not. I drove an escalade in May and was expecting a much worse experience given the bigger heavier wheels and less rubber, and I drove it on the same crappy roads, speed bumps etc etc. I drove the truck for a while and it drove sooooooo much nicer. I get that it has the adjustable settings... Is there a way to switch the programing on the denali shocks or is there a electronic bypass so we can use traditional shocks and not throw error codes?
Any fix, mine started. The chime always works, but the seat vibrate defaults to chime half the time.
Hey guys, Just checking in, been reading a while and now registered. I have a 15i GMC Denali XL and am debating a canyon... Hope to learn how to bypass some of the things Im not excited about in my Yukon (magnetic suspension sucks)
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