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check your tierod ends and rout rackapinon if you have one if not check your a arm on your steering box hope this helps you

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Mar 04, 2011


Hi, a front right wheel can grind for a number of reasons. Brake pads when worn to metal can cause this. Also C/v axles that have shredded boots, worn wheel bearings. Start by checking the brakes, replace as necessary.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Feb 24, 2011


I would first try putting cardboard underneath the vehicle when you park it. This should give you an idea of where it's at least coming from then that might zero in to what it is. Does the liquid have a smell to it?

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Feb 23, 2011


Hello akajanke.

If it is the part I am thinking of yes, it is replaceable.
Part #6 below is what it is to verify?

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Let me know if this isn't correct or if you need more help with this problem.
Thank you for using FixYa.

Kl

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Feb 01, 2011


New new lines have less restriction. Less restriction gives you less pressure. Not saying its bad, 30+ psi is good.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Jan 31, 2011


If the oil level is full you may have a worn oil pump or worn cam bearings causing this to happen

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Jan 29, 2011


you'll have to take it to a shop or dealer to get the computer read. probably a sensor

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Dec 24, 2010


it depends........ if you have controls on the steering wheel or not. If you do, then go through the menu until you see OIL LIFE then hold in the reset button (looks like a backwards "L" with an arrow on it). Hold the reset button in until it reads OIL LIFE RESET or OIL LIFE 100%. If you don't have controls on the steering wheel, turn key on (engine off) and depress the gas pedal to the floor 3 times, now turn key off. crank engine up and see that it has reset, if not try it again.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Dec 21, 2010


Another issue
Get the code,and diagnose from there

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 29, 2010


Why would you have a lot of carbon build up on
a 4 year old vehicle. I wouldn't listen to anything a dealer tells you.

You can not tell if a cam is out of balance.
Those issues are designed into and taken care of
when the cam is made.

Start by asumming the original owner did nothing
Change all fluids,brakes,power steering,trans,coolant,
spark plugs,fuel & air filters,etc,everything.

Now you have a base to work from.

Remove the ducting and shine a light into the intake beyond the
throttle plate. If it is clean the dealer is full of it.
Spray the Throttle with CRC and the MAF Sensor,with CRC MAF Cleaner

Strip all 4 brakes,clean off all rust,machine rotors or file off ridges on rotors,and put anti-seize
on pad and caliper sliding abutments.

Check drive shafts for u-joint play

Do not trust a pro to do any of this correctly,do yourself.

Then get back with more on the clunking and bumping.
Stay away from dealers!

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 25, 2010


You did not state what make/model car you are working on, so it is a really vague question. But in general, you should be able to pick tie into 12v Ignition switched power at the fuse panel.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 21, 2010


Got kids? VW electric convertible top - I found dried milk in the switch had same problem on turn on convertible opened and would not close, would have to use manaul bypass foldup. Pull window controller spray with a electrical cleaner then try it. If not dirty the switch is bad. May be in driver door switch or on rear door? Good luck.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 19, 2010


If the lamp is a sealed unit in which you can not replace the bulb then you may have to buy the whole assembly Usually they have a small #194 bulb that twists out when you turn the rubber boot on the back to the left.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 19, 2010


without knowing make and model and year almost imposibe to telll exact location but should be on rear left or right side of motor right where tranismison bolts to motor

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 13, 2010


You need a vehicle speed sensor. If the computer doesn't know how fast you are going it isn't going to risk a shift so it defaults to first gear. You might be lucky and it just came unplugged but it probably needs to be replaced.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 12, 2010


needsa a new battery ,a 90 amp one would be ideal if you can get it to fit ,if not a 74 amp hour one will suffice

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 10, 2010


Check the fuses.

GMC Denali Cars... | Answered on Nov 06, 2010

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