If I continue to turn the key 90% but not enough to start the engine , and let off, the gauges will drop up to 5%. Car was being driven at 45 mph. Posted on Oct 07, 2010 Pretty common problem with these. You pay all this money for a vehicle and something like this happens!!!. More second-generation Yukons sold than its other generations combined, and a lot of them are still on the road. The failure has worsened and is unable to be repaired.
I believe something needs to be done after reading about so many people have this same problem with the all having the same year Yukon denali. You will find a fuse puller in the fuse box next to the driver side door. The dial may stick, flutter, or become inoperable, which may result in inaccurate readings from the speedometer and fuel gauge. This will not reset the radio and clock. Contact the to schedule an appointment. I am not responsible for this problem and I believe there are other vehicles affected in this particular recall.
A Google search should provide some answers. Repairs include our 12 month hassle free warranty on the entire unit not just parts changed. I tried swapping the ipc fuse with no success. This is safety if someone drives a car in the freeway and the speedometer just stopped, what it's going to happen if you don't know your speed. I just hope I don't run out of gas, in the middle of the night when the temperature is below zero.
I know all my dashboard gauges need to be checked for malfunction. By now I thought the problem was associated with the cold weather, because spring of 2011, the problem mysteriously went away, and came back November of 2011 at 100,150 miles. Manufacturer will replace at no charge if your under the warranty 7 years or 70,000 miles which I fill is very cleaver for them. The current and failure mileages were 89,437. I had my dealership call since they were aware I had reported it and because they made no notes of it on my service record they would told the same. I know this is an new reply to an old post, but for anyone looking for answers to their cluster dying this may be helpful.
The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. Have to kill car in middle of highway or intersection to get car to work properly. This is a very unsafe and potentially dangerous situation. No driveability problem even when this happens. When this happens the door chime will not come on when the door is opened with the key in the switch.
The signal for the transmission temp is already in the harness, so just plug it in and its all set. . December of 2009, around 97,500 mile, the speedometer started acting up. I will make sure I get my money back for the instrument panel cluster under the lawsuit but I have to pay for it first, that is a crock. This is around the time everything started to happen when the panel.
Vehicle is a 2004 gmc Yukon My instrument cluster will intermittently quit working and all the warning lites come on, Bose radio goes out, door locks quit working and dic says unknown driver. This began two weeks ago, I called doug henry of farmville to check my vehicle for recalls, only to find out it is not listed. You would need a scanner to see if you can communicate with the dash to see if is functioning. For instance, when I remote start the defroster is automatically set. It would come to rest at 25 mph and go as high as 90 mph, when I am only driving around 55 mph. Jul 25, 2010 Pretty common problem with these.
. The repairs will be made at no charge to the customer. Attempted to resolve problem several times, but running out of options. Around 79,000 miles, my fuel gauge malfunctioned. If this is the case in your Yukon, please read this important notice concerning a possible additional charge: Words of praise from Yukon customers: Fred, Just received the instrument cluster for my Yukon, installed in 5 minutes.
Please ask any questions that you may have. No gauge activity at all. The dial may stick, flutter, or become inoperable, which may result in inaccurate readings from the speedometer and fuel gauge. The vehicle was taken to the dealer but was not repaired. It's definitely not safe on the freeway.
The vehicle has not been repaired. All I want is the part and I will pay for the labor that's only fair. Instrument panel cluster failed exactly as described in recall at approx. Any ideas to help fix this is appreciated. For vehicles covered by Vehicle Service Contracts, all eligible claims with repair orders on or after September 28, 2007 for 2003-2004 model year vehicles, and March 23, 2009 for 2005 model year vehicles, are covered by this special coverage and must be submitted using the labor operation codes provided with this bulletin. With a vehicle as nice as a denali xl it should be taken care of!!!!!!!!! Never can tell if it is really working.