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The GMC Yukon is a full-size SUV that has been produced by General Motors since 1991 and is sold primarily in North America and the Middle East. As the successor of the GMC K5 Jimmy, the Yukon has spanned five generations, beginning in 1991 and with the most recent starting in 2021, making it one of the best-selling SUVs in the U.S. The first-generation Yukon, released in 1992 for the 1993 model year, offered a steel roof and was available in two or four-door versions. This version was shorter in length compared to its predecessor and featured Chevrolet's standard 350 cu in (5.7 L) LO5 small-block V8 engine. The second generation, introduced in 2000, was built on the GMT800 platform and incorporated new 4.8L or 5.3L V8 engines, replacing the older 5.7 L engine. The third-generation Yukon, built on the GMT900 platform, was released in late 2005 as a 2007 model. It marked the debut of a hybrid version, featuring the Advanced Hybrid System 2. Additionally, it boasted improved highway performance with 22 mpg-US fuel efficiency and included Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivation technology. The evolution of the Yukon underscores GMC's commitment to enhancing power, fuel efficiency, and stability across generations.

Over time and with heavy use, GMC Yukon owners may encounter common issues such as excessive oil consumption and noticeable vibration while driving. Some owners report an increase in oil usage after driving over 100,000 miles, requiring frequent addition of oil. This could be due to a failed spark plug, leading to poor fuel economy and engine misfires, or a faulty piston ring causing excessive oil consumption. Additionally, vibrations felt through the steering wheel, leaking fluids, and longer stopping times can signify issues with the shock absorber, potentially causing these vibrations and braking inefficiencies. Fluid leaks may also be linked to a malfunctioning transmission assembly or brake caliper. As the vehicle's performance relies on the functionality of every component, regular maintenance and replacement of wear-prone parts such as seat belts, headlights, wheel covers, air filters, oil filters, and wiper blades is crucial for the smooth operation of your GMC Yukon.

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GMC Yukon Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove the front and rear heater cores in Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Yukon?
    A: To remove the front heater core, the air conditioning system must be discharged and the battery cable disconnected. Drain the cooling system and detach the air conditioning lines from the evaporator core fittings at the firewall. The heater hoses should be disconnected from the firewall, and the engine cover, battery, and accumulator removed.
  • Q: How to remove the radiator and coolant expansion tank?
    A: To remove the radiator, first disconnect the battery cable and drain the cooling system. Remove the radiator support cover, upper radiator hose, coolant air bleed pipe, lower radiator hose, and transmission cooler lines. Then, remove the engine cooling fans and mounting bolts, then lift the radiator. Before installation, replace damaged radiator hoses and hose clamps. To remove the coolant reservoir, remove the air filter housing and detach the coolant hoses from the reservoir. Unscrew the mounting fasteners and remove the reservoir. Before installation, make sure the reservoir is clean and free of debris. Installation is the reverse of the removal. Finally, refill the cooling system and check for leaks.
  • Q: How to remove and install an air conditioning compressor?
    A: To remove the air conditioning compressor, the system must first be discharged and the cable from the negative battery terminal disconnected. The air intake duct and resonator assembly should be removed on V8 engines, and the drivebelt and air conditioning compressor drivebelt should be taken off. The electrical connector(s) should be disconnected, and the compressor should be thoroughly cleaned around the refrigerant line fittings. The suction and discharge lines should be disconnected, and the compressor mounting bolts should be removed. When installing a new compressor, two ounces of R-134a compatible refrigerant oil should be poured into it prior to installation. The installation process is the reverse of removal, and new seals lubricated with clean refrigerant oil should be used when installing the line fitting bolt to the compressor. Finally, the cable should be reconnected to the negative battery terminal, and the system should be evacuated, recharged, and leak tested.
  • Q: How to remove a brake caliper?
    A: To remove the brake caliper, first loosen the wheel lug nuts, raise the vehicle, and remove the wheel. Then, disconnect the brake hose from the caliper and plug it to prevent contamination. Remove the caliper mounting bolts and detach the caliper from the bracket. When removing a rear caliper on a 1500 model, hold the slide pins with a wrench to prevent them from turning. To install, use new sealing washers and tighten the fitting bolt and caliper mounting bolts to the specified torque. Bleed the brake system and check for leaks before resuming normal driving.