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1996 Yukon, Rear Brake Lights Not Working.
REAR BRAKE LIGHTS NOT WORKING. REPLACED THE BULB, RELAY AND FUSE.
2002 Yukon Sometimes It Won't Start But Have Figured Out That If You Hold ...
Hi. I Own A 1999 Gmc Yukon 4wd. Use To Hear Grinding Noises. Now Im Seeing ...
Why Does My Headlights Go To Hi Beam When Engaging The Right Turn Signal
when I select the right turn signal, the headlights go to high beam. when I select the left turn signal the lights operate normally.
Blinkers - 1996 Yukon
1996 GMC Yukon - the rear brake lights and blinkers work, but the blinkers in front do not work. Headlights work. Changed the fuse but did not help. FYI somebody wired up an autostart that's hanging d...
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About the GMC Yukon
When you hear the word Yukon, images of caribou and the vast Canadian landscape fill your imagination. GMC added another evocative association to the Yukon name in 1992 with a full-size SUV that closely resembles the Chevy Tahoe. The Yukon started out with 2 doors, added 4 door trims in 1995, then dropped the 2 door design altogether in 1999.
The powertrain started out as a 5.7 L, 210 hp V8 and eventually grew to 5.3 L and 320 hp by 2007. After some public rumblings that the SUV could use an update, GMC answered the call in 2007 with a re-designed frame and exterior, better fuel economy, nicer interior, and smoother ride. In addition, seating capacity increased from 5-6 to 8-9 in 2000.
With increasingly stronger powertrains and more modern features, the rugged Yukon looks to keep going strong long into the 21st century.