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GMC Yukon XL 2500 Maintenance Schedule

The GMC Yukon XL 2500 maintenance schedule includes 4 different types of services over the course of 140,000 miles. RepairPal generates both national and local fair price estimates for most service intervals. To get a local estimate for your specific model year, please select a service below.

Scheduled Maintenance for GMC Yukon XL 2500

ServiceLabor CostParts CostTotal Cost
Service

What to Expect

  • This service generally involves an oil and filter change, tire rotation, and safety inspection, as well as possible replacement of the engine air filter and cabin air filter.
  • While changing the oil, the mechanic should perform a visual inspection of the brakes, belts, hoses. The mechanic should also look for any fluid leaks, listen for any abnormal noises, and pay attention to any irregularities in the operation of the vehicle.
  • If this service is performed at the dealership, they should also take care of any necessary recalls. To check for recalls, click here.

Additional Repairs That May Be Necessary


Service intervals may vary between auto manufacturers. Please consult your owners manual for service information related to your specific vehicle.

The 140,000 mile service is a intermediate service.

The 140,000 mile service generally involves an oil and filter change, tire rotation, and a safety inspection. While changing the oil, the mechanic will be performing visual inspections of the brakes, belts and hoses, inspecting for any fluid leaks, listening for any abnormal noises, and paying attention to any irregularities in the operation of the vehicle.

A comprehensive checklist of inspections should be included. Each shop and vehicle manufacturer may vary the actions performed so it is important to compare the actual procedures performed when comparing prices.

Possible Repairs Needed at the 140,000 Mile Service

At this mileage you have already started seeing the benefits or pitfalls of proper maintenance. A vehicle properly maintained may need brakes or minor repairs, where as a vehicle that has been neglected can be confronted with repairs totaling in the thousands of dollars. Check out the Common Problems page for your vehicle so you can have some idea as to what the future may hold for you and your vehicle. go here


OVERVIEW

*Note - This is a general guide to what is performed on your GM vehicle. Inspections and procedures will vary depending on your specific model

GM recommends the Maintenance I service is performed when :

  • The "Change Oil Soon" message comes on within 10 months of the vehicle purchase
  • Maintenance II was the last service performed

During Maintenance I the following services are performed:

  • Change the engine oil and filter
  • Reset oil life system
  • Visually Inspect the vehicle for leaks or damage
  • Inspect engine air cleaner filter – replace as needed
  • Rotate tires and check inflation pressures and wear
  • Perform brake system inspection
  • Check engine coolant and windshield washer fluid levels – add fluid as needed
  • Perform any needed additional services - see below

During the life of your vehicle, other services will need to be performed on your vehicle during the Maintenance I and II services, and these services are based on time and mileage.

25,000 Miles/75,000 Miles/125,000 Miles

  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components

50,000 Miles

  • Replacement of the Engine Air Filter
  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components
  • Change the Automatic Transmission Fluid and Filter  (Severe Service - see below)

100,000 Miles

  • Replacement of the Engine Air Filter
  • Change the Automatic Transmission Fluid and Filter
  • Replace Spark Plugs and Inspect Ignition Wires
  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components

150,000 Miles

  • Replacement of the Engine Air Filter
  • Replace Engine Coolant
  • Inspection of Accessory Drive Belt - Replace if needed
  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components

Severe Service:
GM recommends more frequent changing of the automatic transaxle fluid and filter if the
vehicle is mainly driven under one or more of these conditions:

  • In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 90°F (32°C) or higher
  • In hilly or mountainous terrain
  • When doing frequent trailer towing
  • Uses such as found in taxi, police or delivery service

OVERVIEW

*Note - This is a general guide to what is performed on your GM vehicle. Inspections and procedures will vary depending on your specific model

GM recommends the Maintenance II service is performed when :

  • The "Change Oil Soon" message comes on within 10 months of the vehicle purchase
  • Maintenance I was the last service performed

During Maintenance II the following services are performed:

  • Change the engine oil and filter
  • Rotate tires and check inflation pressures and wear
  • Replace the passenger compartment air filter (Cabin Air Filter)
  • Reset oil life system
  • Visually inspect the vehicle for leaks or damage
  • Inspect engine air cleaner filter – replace as needed
  • Perform brake system inspection
  • Check engine coolant and windshield washer fluid levels – add fluid as needed
  • Inspect the steering and suspension systems
  • Inspect the wiper blades
  • Inspect restraint system components
  • Lubricate body components
  • Check and adjust the transmission fluid level as needed
  • Inspect the throttle system
  • Perform any needed additional services - see below

During the life of your vehicle, other services will need to be performed on your vehicle during the Maintenance I and II services, and these services are based on time and mileage.

25,000 Miles/75,000 Miles/125,000 Miles

  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components

50,000 Miles

  • Replacement of the Engine Air Filter
  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components
  • Change the Automatic Transmission Fluid and Filter  (Severe Service - see below)

100,000 Miles

  • Replacement of the Engine Air Filter
  • Change the Automatic Transmission Fluid and Filter
  • Replace Spark Plugs and Inspect Ignition Wires
  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components

150,000 Miles

  • Replacement of the Engine Air Filter
  • Replace Engine Coolant
  • Inspection of Accessory Drive Belt - Replace if needed
  • Inspection of the Fuel System for damage or leaks
  • Inspection of the Exhaust System for loose or damaged components

Severe Service:
GM recommends more frequent changing of the automatic transaxle fluid and filter if the
vehicle is mainly driven under one or more of these conditions:

  • In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 90°F (32°C) or higher
  • In hilly or mountainous terrain
  • When doing frequent trailer towing
  • Uses such as found in taxi, police or delivery service
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