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Chevy Tahoe



  • airtahoeairtahoe Posts: 4
    Thanks for the Information, my preference would be to order them myself from the US. I forgot to mention that the dealer dinged my 1200 bucks to change them. I got to keep the extended ones though. I would be a little more understanding if GM Canada just gave me a delivery date.
    Thanks Again
  • blink3blink3 Posts: 74
    Hello, has anyone taken this unit out??? I was wondering if there was some sort of "audio input" that would let me plug in a MP3 Player into the stock GM Head unit?

  • Any update on how you handled this problem with the Tahoe
    losing power and the SES light coming on? My 99 Tahoe does
    the same thing, but only on steep hills. I saw the advice that perhaps it is the fuel pump. Did you resolve it?
    I have changed the fuel filter but that didn't help.
  • 73shark73shark Posts: 325
    I saw GM specific adapters at BestBuy for that very purpose. They were expensive however. $199 Another choice is the little device that plugs into the headphone jack of your MP3 player and broadcasts on an FM freq. that allows you to tune your radio to it. Lot cheaper. Good luck!
  • bpddaddybpddaddy Posts: 4
    bradstahoe, think I'm having the same problems you are but it's not consistent. When transmission is cold I get all the same symptoms you have. Anyone out there can let us know what's the problem?
  • tahoe007tahoe007 Posts: 4
    I had to replaced the transmission twice on 1997 Tahoe, why are there so many problems with Tahoe transmissions? Any info is appreciated, Thanks!
  • mm450excmm450exc Posts: 37
    Where did you get your transmission fixed?
  • We replaced the transmission in our 2002 Tahoe with 51k :surprise: . We had it replaced at the dealer we bought it from. We bought it used and took out extra insurance so it didn't cost much to have it replaced.
  • bernzbernz Posts: 1
    Does anyone know if the 2005 Tahoe model has a cabin air filter? Ours only has 24000 miles on it, I get behind a truck and I might as well have a vacuum hooked up: we seem to suck in fumes from outside the vehicle - any help on this would be great. We get mixed advice on whether or not this vehicle has a cabin filter.
  • I have a 99 chevy tahoe and I just had a new fuel pump,fuel filter and fuel pump relay fuse put in. The problem I am having is the fuel pump won't shut off. When I crank it up the fuel pump comes on, but won't turn off. It is causing it to flood out. Then it won't stay crunk because it is flooded out. Can anyone tell me what the problem might be or how to fix it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :cry:
  • tank2583tank2583 Posts: 2
    i was just wondering if anyone could tell me if it was possible to listen to the radio and watch a dvd with headphones at the same time if you could tell me how this is done i would appricate it thanks
  • tank2583tank2583 Posts: 2
    try a steering stabalizer or new one if it has one
  • 99 tahoe has too much pedal travel before braking .hacechanged all brakes and master cyl. and bled brakes in proper sequence.could there be a problem with abs hyd unit?is so,what?
  • siuesiue Posts: 2
    This is an old post, but has anyone had this problem as well? I replaced the worn out tensioner arm (it was totally sprung) after I was breaking a/c belts every 3 months or so. I just made the repair so I don't know if this really fixed the problem, but it is still making the same noise. Has anyone dealt with this?
  • :sick: I have a 1998 GMC Yukon with the standard AM/FM Cassette stereo and slave CD changer located lower on the dash. When I start the radio, you sometimes hear the programming but very briefly. Then it goes silent and you hear a crack. Almost like an electrical short. Some days the radio is fine. I know it works ok and I just put two new speakers in the rear passenger doors.

    I'm not sure if it's a fuse or something in the head unit itself.

    Does anyone have any ideas on what to look for?

  • I have a 1998 Yukon with a shorting radio (post 5993) and I was wondering if it is an electrical short. How did you narrow it down to that exact spot and do you have advice for me on how to find the short?

  • Hi there

    How do you check if a speaker is grounding out?

  • ickusickus Posts: 2
    I have a 2005 Tahoe and have the same noise. The first mechanic replaced the rear shocks. Now I am taking it back next Monday to have a steering rod :confuse: ?? replaced. (I have a friend in the parts dept. who said another mechanic told him he has already replaced this part before for the same issue) I'll let you know what happens next week!
  • rockman59rockman59 Posts: 250
    Blink3 said: If you don't tow, you don't need the higher ratio axle. I'm not sure how you can tell without the original sticker.
    Take your VIN number to your dealer and they can print out every RPO number on your vehicle and tell you what it is for...rear axle ratios, paint colors, seats, engine, sound system, every option, standard features, whatever. It's all in that big GM computer just waiting to be accessed.
  • mm450excmm450exc Posts: 37
    I got water coming in on the left (driver side) rear corner of the car next to the lift gate. It runs down the plastic cover next to the rear window where the speaker is. When it rains heavy I got this leak. Was unable so far to reproduce or find the leak. Anybody else have/had this problem.
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