GMC Envoy XL Experts

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GMC Envoy XL Questions

cudaboyz
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No Fire At The Coils On My Envoy

my envoy will not start from time to time I check and has no fire at coil packs, a hot 12 volts with ign on then all the sudden it gets fire and starts have replaced ign switch,map sensor,oilpressure ...

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alan0722
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How Often Should I Tune Up My 2004 Gmc Envoy 4.2 Ltr

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Rebecca Sessions
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On A 2003 Gmc Envoy, What Would Cause Both Heat And Ac To Stop Blowing Stro...

I started my Envoy tonight and turned on the AC and it made one single pop noise then quit. There wasn't any air coming through the heat or AC until I started moving.

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Envoydenali2006
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I Have An Envoy Denali That Doesn't Turn On I Replace Both The Starter And ...

I have an envoy denali at first it didn't want to turn on at all so I replace the starter.When I was turning it on it did a noise and the key got stuck.So I replace the ignition switch but it does...

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Louie Mar
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I Have A 2003 Gmc Evoy. I Lost All Gages Nothing On The Dash Have Turn S...

Gages went up down and r dead now try reset nothing.

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About the GMC Envoy XL

Think of the Envoy XL as a longer, stronger version of the popular Envoy SUV.  Introduced in 2002 and retired in 2006, the XL increases the Envoy's seating capacity from 5 to 7.  The powertrain started out as a 4.2 L, 270 hp I6 and increased to 291 hp in the end, with the XL Denali upping the ante to a 5.3 L, 300 hp V8.  

Increased passenger capacity leaves less room for cargo, with the XL handling a minimum of 23.4 cubic feet as opposed to the 43.7 cubic feet in the regular Envoy.  Expect to get around 14 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway.

While the Envoy XL no longer exists, its spirit lives on in the Acadia that GMC introduced in 2007.