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Got a 08 yukon denali it has the bose premium sound system. Couple months ago my son broke the screen and we where forced to have to change stations with buttons on steering wheel. DVD worked in back ECT. Just LCD screen was out. I bought a replacment OEM radio from eBay and after in installed it it said theft loc like I expected so in the morning I took it to the dealer to have it unlocked.after about an hr or so dealer says he managed to unlock it and nav screen, backup camera all work but NO sound what so ever. Door chimes all work turn signals ECT. Has anyone ever experienced this
My 2007 Denali was recently in an accident with pont of inpact at the driver rear tire near the compressor, shock, and leveling sensor. Prior to this I have replaced my rear shocks and compressor with Arnott factory replacement components and all have been working well and with no error codes. I have noticed that the compressor to level the rear suspension is not turning on at startup every time. However, I am not getting any error code. To start I want to confirm my memory servers me correct. Is the autoleveling compressor supposed to activate at startup every time?
2015 Chevrolet Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, & Yukon Denali Quick Overview Fold flat second and third row seats Second row gains 2-inches of legroom New cargo-management system Power lift-gate with adjustable height 8-inch color-touch screen with IntelliLink and optional navigation (Optional on Chevrolet, Standard on GMC) Multiple USB ports, SD slots, and a 110-volt outlet Available Blu-ray/DVD rear-seat entertainment systems Panoramic driver's rear-seat mirror Keyless entry and start (Yukon) Optional forward collision alert, front park assist, lane departure warning, lane change assist, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, front and rear automatic braking, and GM’s Safety Alert Seat Yukon XL & Suburban have a 14-inch longer wheelbase and are 20-inches longer overall vs Yukon / Tahoe Inlaid doors reduce wind-noise Laminated windshield Aluminum hood and liftgate Rear wipers hide in new spoiler Family of 18, 19, 20 & 22 inch wheels Wider rear track 1/2-inch wider wheels New electric power steering New 9.5-inch rear axle with standard automatic locking differential Duralife brake rotors Standard StabliliTrak, tow/haul mode, trailer sway control, auto-grade braking, and hill-start assist Yukon Denali and Suburban/Tahoe LTZ feature magnetic ride control Same EcoTec3 V8 engines as trucks, 5.3L (355hp) and 6.2L (420hp) with six-speed automatic transmission