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GMC Yukon Denali Front/Rear Differential May Develop Noise Due to Worn Bearings

 
GMC Yukon Denali Problem
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Model Years Affected: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008

Drive Train Affected: 4WD

Average Mileage: 121,333 mi (80,000 mi - 194,000 mi)

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The front or rear differential may develop an abnormal noise due to worn bearings or another internal fault. Our technicians tell us that a complete overhaul of the affected differential is commonly necessary to correct this condition.

  • Hercy, , 4WD, 90,000 mi
     Rookie

    After 30 or 40 miles on freeway, whinning sound from front end. Gets louder but levels off. When you slow down, sounds like metal grinding, REALLY bad. If you turn at low speeds, gear skipping feeling, wheels shake. If I let the truck sit and cool for a few hours, its ok, until 30 miles of freeway, even at 60mph.
    This is the second time with this issue. Replaced differential twice; at 63,000, then 90,000 before, and here again at 98,000. Hate this truck. $50,000 piece of junk. My 98 Pontiac was 3500 bucks, and I drive it instead. I will never get 100,000 miles on this Denali, because I can't drive it!

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  • dc4, , 4WD, 80,000 mi
     Rookie

    front differential went out after I was initially told it was a bad axle. Repair cost quadrupled

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