The GMC Yukon is a 4-door SUV, produced by General Motors and closely related to the Chevrolet Tahoe. The 2000-2006 model was the second generation of the vehicle.

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Speedometer doesnt work or sticks

speedometer doesnt work

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what engine and what type of tranny do you have?

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To avoid being accused of trying to alter your odometer, I would have this one repaired at the dealership.

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+1 for Mayer. The instrument cluster has "stepper" motors in them. This make and model are notorious for them failing. The dealership will perform a "sweep" test where they will use the computer and command the needles to sweep. If it fails the test, which it likely will, they will need to replace the cluster. Unfortunately the dealer doesn't offer parts for this. They will however take the old one and give you a remanufactured cluster. Expect to spend $350-$450 for the cluster and $100-$300 for labor.

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I know it's an old thread. But this is a great link. It depends how involved you want to get on this project but for someone who isn't afraid of taring into things here you go

How to replace your stepper motors in the instrument cluster for some GM vehicles:

http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.ph...

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It's the stepper motor behind the instrument cluster, GM had a lot of problems with that. If you know how to solder , you can get a new updated motor for about 12.00 and solder it on. It's pretty easy .

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It is probably your Vehicle speed sensor. It is mounted on the tailshaft of the transmission and is held it with one small 8 mm bolt. Your speedometer wont work right and it will probably shift wrong or wont shift at all because the transmission relies on the speed signal to know when to shift. The tahoe/yukon use the 4l60e transmission.

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