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Popular Genuine GMC Yukon Parts

  • Shock Absorber

    GMC Yukon
    Shock Absorber

  • Seat Belt

    GMC Yukon
    Seat Belt

  • Windshield Wiper

    GMC Yukon
    Windshield Wiper

  • Wiper Blade

    GMC Yukon
    Wiper Blade

  • Ignition Switch

    GMC Yukon
    Ignition Switch

  • Fuel Pump

    GMC Yukon
    Fuel Pump

  • Instrument Cluster

    GMC Yukon
    Instrument Cluster

  • Headlight

    GMC Yukon
    Headlight

  • Spark Plug

    GMC Yukon
    Spark Plug

  • Steering Wheel

    GMC Yukon
    Steering Wheel

  • Oil Filter

    GMC Yukon
    Oil Filter

  • Oxygen Sensor

    GMC Yukon
    Oxygen Sensor

  • Wheel Cover

    GMC Yukon
    Wheel Cover

  • Door Handle

    GMC Yukon
    Door Handle

  • Engine Control Module

    GMC Yukon
    Engine Control Module

  • Power Steering Pump

    GMC Yukon
    Power Steering Pump

  • Brake Disc

    GMC Yukon
    Brake Disc

  • Water Pump

    GMC Yukon
    Water Pump

  • Fog Light Bulb

    GMC Yukon
    Fog Light Bulb

  • Door Lock

    GMC Yukon
    Door Lock

About GMC Yukon

Closely related to the Chevrolet Tahoe and Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon has been produced by an American multinational corporation General Motors Company's GMC division since 1991 as a full-size Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). Originally introduced to replace the GMC K5 Jimmy, Yukon becomes a part of General Motors' full-size SUV family officially. "Yukon" in its name derives from the Yukon territory of northern Canada and just like its counterpart Tahoe, it also has been manufactured for four generations, but it features a different front fascia and is available with a Denali variant and a long wheelbase variant Yukon XL.
The third-generation GMC Yukon was produced from 2006 to 2014 at the new GMT900 platform as a 2007 model. It came in three trim levels: base but well-equipped SLE (SLE1/SLE2), luxurious SLT (SLT1/SLT2) and truly sumptuous Denali. Back then, Yukon was powered by a 4.8 L V8 rated at 290 hp, a 5.3 L V8 generating 320 hp and a 6.2 L V8 making 380 hp. And power is sent through either 4-speed or 6-speed automatic transmissions to all wheels. Introduced for the 2015 model year, current-generation Yukon is still available with three trim levels carried over from the previous generation. But the 5.3 L V8 could produce 355 horsepower and the 6.2 L V8 generates 420 hp, both engines send power through 6-speed or 8-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels or four wheels.

GMC Yukon Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

An impressive combination of luxury, utility and comfort, enjoying a smooth and quiet ride and reasonably secure handling, GMC Yukon is one of the better full-size SUVs for families who require a roomy, powerful vehicle with outsized towing and hauling capabilities. Still, we always should be alert about these common problems on the Yukon:
First, bad gas mileage is what GMC Yukon drivers feel troubled most during driving. More seriously is that poor fuel economy is not the only result as it is the engine that goes wrong to cause lower oil efficiency. According to some Yukon drivers, they could also see white or gray exhaust smoke and leaking coolant on the ground, hear metallic sounds from the engine, feel the vibrating engine and notice the engine performance reducing so that it may misfire, stall or have problem in starting. Loss of power when acceleration and excessive oil consumption absolutely come along. In case further harm caused to the engine, please inspect the Yukon spark plug, piston ring, fuel pump, air filter, oil filter, drive belt, oxygen sensor, throttle body, water pump gasket, fuel tank and engine mount when the Check Engine Light comes on.
Second, suspension and transmission issues are also troublesome for GMC Yukon drivers, especially those who do not have much knowledge about the working principle of automobiles, they could not distinguish these two issues, either. Generally speaking, both problems would result in noises from underneath the vehicle, the difference lies on the suspension failure would also cause vibration while driving, swerving or nose diving when braking, longer stopping time, uneven tire wear and poor handling, but transmission failure results in strange smells, delay in movement and difficulty in shifting gears. Thus, in your GMC Yukon, please make sure the Yukon shock absorber, coil spring insulator, shock and strut mount, sway bar link, axle shaft and drive shaft in suspension system and transmission assembly, transfer case seal in transmission system are working well.
But in your GMC Yukon, the braking system also should be maintained well to make sure a safe driving, thus, the Yukon brake pad, brake disc, hydraulic hose and brake caliper should be on routine maintenance list. Other parts such as seat belt, instrument cluster, speedometer, headlight, windshield wiper, wiper blade, spark plug wires, power window switch, A/C switch, door handle, seat switch, emblem and fog light should also be maintained on a regular basis due to a high frequency of usage.
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