I have a 2015 Yukon Denali, it is lifted with 35’s, the lift has about 1500 miles on it now, I have had no issues up until recent. The issue is I’m getting a pretty loud metal on metal clacking or tapping noise from some where in the front diff or transmission. It is most predominate from speeds 30mph down to about 10mph. The noise will start when I let off the gas while driving to coast or slow down, it will do it intermittently at higher speeds but not near as much but it is the same issue for sure. It seems like it starts after I let off the gas and the rpms drop down to around 1200 or less in a coast. The noise will start off not as loud and progressively get louder if I coast without touching the gas. As soon as i touch the gas the noise will go away, it does not do this in manual mode only in automatic. I have had the lift looked over multiple times and now I don’t think it has anything to do with it other than the additional Strain may have caused and already underlying problem to become more profound. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated!
I just recently purchased a 2017 GMC Yukon XL Denali, with the 6.2L engine. I noticed the stock low beams are not that bright, as well as that sometimes they produce a white output and others become yellow. I had both of my headlights with assembly’s replaced under warranty and still is occurring. Has anyone ever experienced this issue, or been able to noticeably see their headlights change from white to yellow?
Executive Editor / Publisher, GM-Trucks.com
March 22nd, 2019
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Hello everyone! Newbie here…was hoping to get any and all advice before I make a big purchase. I currently have a 2007 GMC Yukon Denali with about 180,000 miles on it. My job as a Medical Device Rep requires me to drive to make money so I think it’s nearing time to put the ol 2007 out to pasture. I love the Denali, so I’m considering getting a 2015 – 2017 model but want to know the issues they have presented? I know the 2015 was the 1st year of the new body style and that can sometimes comes with quirks.
Any help is appreciated.
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