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That is way more of the "skeleton" (interior skin removed) of a Tahoe than I want to ever have to see in mine.


Props on the "brass balls' to tear it apart and fix it yourself!

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On 10/18/2019 at 4:39 PM, Roger Estes said:

I have a 2019 GMC Yukon XL with a passive unlock and start and I’m having the same problems my car will not open the doors when you touch the button even though you’re standing right next to the door. My Gmc also has no remote detected and sometimes won’t start or turn off and I’ve been to the dealer about five times they can’t find a problem. I called General Motors and they’re supposed to help me but I haven’t been successful. I have had my remote controls replaced and re-programmed and same issues.My problems are on a daily basis and with the dealer gets it they say they cannot duplicate that. This is to the point where it could be dangerous if your car won’t shut off or if you’re trying to get in your car in a dark parking lot and you can’t get in your car. My 2019 Yukon I bought May of 2019 And has been in the dealer out of my control for about 5 weeks For this issue. I contacted General Motors and they call the dealer and the dealer said they don’t have time to babysit my car and you take it somewhere else. This is a poor way to be treated for $80,000 car. I am hoping someone has had any luck with this problem. Does anyone know where the antenna or the remote control receiver is located On a 2019 Yukon

Same vehicle, same price tag, exact same problems and the exact same response from Quirk GMC in Manchester NH. Cant duplicate, can’t help, have a good day and then they had the nerve to put their emblem on my vehicle without even asking. Awful GMC, awful

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