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JasonH70

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About JasonH70

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  • Birthday 05/16/1970

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  • Location
    McKinney Texas
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    Male
  • Drives
    2003 Yukon XL 2500 4wd Quadrasteer
  1. Mine did that when the fluid got old. I used the AC Delco oil and it works great. http://www.crateenginedepot.com/Quadrasteer-75-90W-Lubricant-12378557-88862624-P19063.aspx
  2. I'm a little late on this but I'll throw in my $0.02. I've never turned off my Quadrasteer. It's just too cool and handy in daily driving. I have over 200K on mine and I've never spent a dime on the rear axle.
  3. Quadrasteer is awesome. Yeah, it's great for parking lots and for backing trailers, but it's also amazing on the highway with or without a trailer. Emergency lane changes are drama free. Mine has about 205K miles on it and I haven't spent a dime on it. It may turn out that I have an issue when I do need parts, but that truck with only 54K miles on it has years of use left in it. If I find a low mileage one near me, I'll probably have to pick it up.
  4. I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this question based on my searches, but I thought I'd see if there were any new breakthroughs. Most of what I could find was from a few years ago. From what I've found, I can either go back with factory shocks ($$) or reprogram the truck to ignore the shocks and put on some regular aftermarket shocks. When I google "quadrasteer shocks" I get a lot of results that say "excluding quadrasteer". Victim is a 2003 Yukon XL 2500 4WD. I do not have the selectable ride control - there's no switch on my dash. It has 180K on it and its developed a vibration in the right front. Everything seems tight in the front end and the tires have been balanced and rotated. Maybe there's something else it could be? Thanks for any input!
  5. Yup, one guy. He's apparently done a ton of them, so he's got it down.
  6. I went with the Dallas cluster repair link above. He's local to me so I drove it over, waited 20 minutes for him to rebuild it and took it home. Works great now. I only needed the power supply, but I had him do a full rebuild including all new servos and lights. He has a lifetime warranty on it.
  7. I've searched and found lots of info on the 'recall' for stepper motor failures on ipc's. I don't think that's the issue here. My instrument cluster died completely. No gauges, display, anything. It was intermittant at first. It wouldn't come on when it was started, then it would come on after driving it for 5 minutes or so. Now they won't come on at all. I tried swapping the ipc fuse with no success. That's as far as I've gotten in troubleshooting. I thought I'd see if anyone had any thoughts. I'm going to pull the cluster out next and make sure the connections in the back are good. Thanks.
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