- Feb 3, 2021
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I have a 2021 gmc Yukon xl with just a few over 38000 miles. I had a bad wheel bearing at a little over 32000 miles. While driving the other night my service 4wd warning flashed on my dash. I pulled over into a parking lot and while turning into a spot the vehicle was struggling to go. I turned off the vehicle waited a minute and turned it back on it drove fine but still had service 4wd warning. I took it to a local garage and had them print of the error codes it was throwing. Today the dealership saw it. Apparently it’s a connector in my transfer case that’s bad. There is a service bulletin out about it they told me. It’s not covered under power train and my bumper to bumper warranty is 2000 miles expired. Has anyone had this problem with the new body styles of the Yukon and Tahoe. I know things happen with any vehicle but I’m so annoyed that I paid so much for a car that has had quite a few things replaced on it with so little miles. Just wondering what experiences people have had. I know because I have a ****** (lol) that sometimes the dealership doesn’t really talk to me like I know what’s going on. I appreciate anything you have to offer! I attached a pic of the errors my car threw.