We have rebuilt several six in the last year front differentials on these trucks. Sent it did not hear from for approximately three weeks then was told that they did not receive all info. When I went to drive the car, suddenly the car did not turn properly. More often that those causes are a T-case issue. Also what weight of fluid for the diff? Keep it well maintained at all times.
I end up doing most of the driving on long trips, but oh well. This site has a ton of good info. The car has a transmission button to change from 2wd, auto, 4 high and 4 low. With what your describing I think your issue is transmission related. The consumer stated he experienced chronic problems with speedometer, starting problems, wheel hub and traction control sensor.
Had to fight for warrantee. Try listening to the transfer case try to engage. It sits in the garage most days or does grocery duty when the young kids are along for the ride. Actually, should have done prior to buying. I was also very disappointed in the customer service department. It's kind of tough to get the fluid in too.
Yukon Excellent Replacement Transfer Cases which will last All of the low service life pieces are going to be exchanged at Proven Force, every part is 100% inspected to ensure predicted endurance. Your rear differential takes a 75w-90 weight gear oil. The consumer heard a clunking noise when putting the vehicle in reverse. The cigarette lighter was hanging out. Probably going to service it this summer, and was thinking of changing to that. He also told me that the state of virginia does not have a lemon law, which he back tracked after I called him on it. The dash trim plate can be pulled free.
I drove around the neighborhood a few times and nothing. The parking pawl should be on the output end of the transmission. If you have more questions about the front end feel free to ask. The dealer told the contact the bearing hubs needed to be replaced. Can anyone point me in the right direction for a fix? I know the dealer did the diff fluids - I couldn't say when without looking at the file. If you're not sure, ask your dealer. From there it would shift itself into 4 low.
I left it running while we loaded up the kids around 5pm and headed for a school event. The dealer r and r the transfer case and replaced the chain. Also other weak links are oil cooler lines, rear output shaft seal and e-brake shoes. The car was in 2 wheel auto. Also, have you checked steering components such as ball joints? Good thing you have the extended. I know the transmisson is not a 4l80 for sure because of its oil pan.
Could not steer or brake or do anything. They must all be either dollied or flat bed only. If you intend to actually perform the work first remove the negative battery connection and be certain it cannot make incidental contact and create a spark. It worked fine on the way home Friday around 3pm including a few stops for quick errands. I still think I should have bought the diesel Excursion, but that ship sailed a long time ago. Excellent rebuilt Yukon transfer cases saving your cash! You can view our entire line of automotive products that we offer at.
Automotive transfer cases and transmissions do not share fluid. If you're not sure, ask your dealer. The dealer told him the transfer case needed to be removed and likely replaced. They will not remove rotor on basic inspection to check e-brakes. The service guys called again late today and said the drive shaft problem may have actually caused the diff problem. Longer than I had hoped, but they said they wanted to be certain. A synthetic fluid is required for this.
Today I take the truck out and I go a little further from home and park at a store and I notice its rolling in park again. There is no filter to prevent impurities getting to the oil. The 4wd control module malfunctions at random. I have 6 of these trucks at work. They informed me that this was quite common in this model.
The metal gave away for no apparent reason nothing else was damaged except that transmission adapter. The vacuum actuater on the firewall above the distributor was not allowing vacuum to the front axle actator. The car cannot safely be driven in a straight line faster than 40-50 mph. In snowy conditions when the four wheel drive was engaged there was difficulty driving followed by another screeching noise when shifting from automatic to four wheel drive. You can put the truck on jackstands all 4 wheels and check to see if the front drive shaft engages.