Power Door Lock Actuators May Fail on GMC Yukon Denali

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The power door lock actuators may become slow to operate or stop working completely and require replacement.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 93,629 (38,685–170,000)
6 model years affected: 1999, 2000, 2002, 2007, more2008, 2009
27 people reported this problem
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Door actuators have stopped working only on drivers side
actuator driver side guit working and now door behind passenger is not working. is there a recall or where do i get it fixed.
Rear door on left side will not lock with key fob or when all other doors lock when you start to drive. Does not work with the master lock from driver location either. We manually lock the door when we get out but is easy to forget to do this. Also is a safety issue she grand children ride in the car.
My actuaror got stock on the hot side and doesnt move
Door locks stopped working.
Both rear actuators have failed. Have to roll down windows and reach in to unlock. This is just one of the many issues with my yukon. I was quoted $600 each side to repair by GM dealership.
was broken when i bought it on passenger door
Purchased extended Warranty , but guess what Dealership working on it told Extended warranty company that it was a broken Door latch "failing to Tell them that the latch & Actuators are all one Part" Guess who gets stuck with Labor and Parts because of their mistake ??? ME......
Actuator failed
I just had to replace these, and my BCM and the only problems left are the dash lights dont work and the a/c shuts off when it wants..
passenger door lock actuator quit working