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What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vwbeaner, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. iamdub

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    It's not just mileage. There are a handful of events (key on/off cycles, gear changes, etc.) that have to happen to complete the various monitors.

    Case in point: Girlfriend had an '02 Montero Sport with a persistent CEL so it wouldn't pass inspection. I replaced a few cheap possibilities, cleared the codes, then ran it on jackstands with a stick on the pedal to hold the speed around 70MPH while I did other things. After about 75 miles, the light still hadn't come on. I set it on the ground to take it around the block to ensure. Just as I had made the turn to come back home, that damned CEL came back on for the same code.
     
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    dwinters14 TYF Newbie

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    Replaced oil pan gasket, upper and lower ball joints, front shocks, torsion keys, rear springs and I attempted to replace my rear shocks but the rough country kit I got didn't work! The aluminum insert didn't fit into the bushings.

    Also I still see oil leaking, but it's coming from somewhere where the oil pan touches the transmission. Any ideas? It's no visible so I'm gonna assume it's not the oil pan gasket.
     
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    Rear main?
     
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    dwinters14 TYF Newbie

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    That's what I'm thinking

    But otherwise I got about 4" in the rear and 3" in the front and she looks so good! Even with the mismatched shocks she drives amazing! No more jumping and bouncing around anymore.

    Completely new truck.

    Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
     
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    Love the white faces, reminds me of the old VDO look


     
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    Replaced the radiator in my 05 Yukon Denali. Not a bad job. Old radiator cracked on the engine oil cooler side by the top cooler line. Took an hour to do.
     
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    I found it on YouTube,
     
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    Wish I had the money for those 26s /sad
     
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    All that work, and no pics?!?
     
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