I've developed a habit to always click the "tow/haul" mode at engine start. Some of what you are describing will be less evident with tow/haul activated. My opinion is that the truck will drive better overall and feel more responsive.
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What ever happened in the last few days to this website totally sucks. Somebody who thought they were smart hired somebody who thought they were smarter and they created a mess. Please dump the change and revert to what actually worked very well.
Nissan, Toyota or Honda - They all last and seem to be manufactured to perfection. My experience is that they never break (almost never) and there's nothing not to like. However, there's also nothing to LOVE. They are sterile and antiseptic with no soul. Personally, I'll take a soul with problems, than no soul at all. My wife drive a Lexus and it's a "perfect" car - But it has no soul.
sealandsky replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomMakes me wonder if the US is the only country that actually cares about how to drive a vehicle. It seems that every driver I'm stuck behind while they are weaving down the road is searing a hajib and clutching the wheel like it's their last act. Left lane at 45 in a 60 zone isn't cool.
sealandsky replied to jamin87ss's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraSounds like the post was written by a lawyer involved in the class action. While the 8 speed was not a good transmission, the claims above (IMOH) are overblown. As a society, can we not fall for this and buy the lawyers their next new boat?
sealandsky replied to jeremiahhouse08's topic in 2015-2019 Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon TroubleshootingI'll add that I had a 2016 Yukon Denali and it was a great vehicle. I had very few problems, but just before I gave it up I noticed an issue with the torque converter "shuddering" (but big deal - It's a component that can be replaced). The 8 speed transmission has a mind of it's own but does get you from point A to point B. If you can avoid it I would recommend it. Otherwise, excellent.
if your vibration is constant then you might consider the tires being out of round (if you've already tried balancing). if intermittent, then I'd suggest it's the torque converted lock up getting weak and shuddering. is the vibration resembling a "pulsing vibration"?
Kevin - i received my 2019 Yukon Denali 3 weeks ago and from day 1 have had the same exact issue - But with FOB 1 only. FOB 2 works perfectly. I've been too busy to spend much time tbrouble-shooting, but ionce on occasion it actually works I'm not certain its the battery. for me the remote start occasionally works from 50' away, other times I need to be 15 ' away. The passive unlock works fine 1/3 of the time, another 1/3 I need 2-3 tries and the remaining 1/3 takes 6-10 tries, or until I get frustrated and pull out the remote and hit the unlock. I have had 1 occurrence just last week where I tried to start the vehicle and received the "no key detected" message, then it cleared. I might try a new batter just in case, but otherwise I think it's possessed.
Kevin - I just received my 2019 Yukon Denali last week and am having the SAME issue! The passive unlock does not work unless I'm standing right up against the door and then takes about 6-10 tries to unlock. Sometimes the unlock is so delayed that the next button push re-locks it immediately. Frustrating! I'll be making a trip back to the dealer and will advise if they have any fix.
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