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  1. txab's post in AC Compressor Trouble\Electrical Issue was marked as the answer   
    Check compressor clutch for proper air gap. If not running lightly tap face of clutch, see if it engages.
  2. txab's post in ABS Issue Please Help was marked as the answer   
    I'd check wheel hub bearings
  3. txab's post in Problem with transmission dipstick on 2007 Yukon XL was marked as the answer   
    Does your pan look like this?

    There is a shelf built into some pans (upper left corner) where the dipstick comes in. It is designed to stop the stick from going to deep. If this is the case you may have the wrong dipstick
  4. txab's post in Computer forum was marked as the answer   
    Already got one.
  5. txab's post in Gauge Cluster 03 1500HD was marked as the answer   
  6. txab's post in 2010 Tahoe Squeak (not serpentine belt) was marked as the answer   
    I think there was a thread recently where the poster had a squeak and I believe they did track it down to being an internal problem. By all means check the AC belt, etc
  7. txab's post in is there a function here that allows was marked as the answer   
    After clicking "View New Content", look to the left column, "By Time Period". Choose away
  8. txab's post in AC belt keeps popping off was marked as the answer   
  9. txab's post in Trans lines and coolant tank part numbers was marked as the answer   
    I think you got the AC numbers right. #'s on the right are Dorman. Rockauto does have all 3, you just need to pull up 624117 by the part #. If you go the Dorman route
    15809058 624117
    15773661 624116
    15809053 624124
    I've used the Dorman lines as well as the AC line. Both have held well
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