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2007 Yukon Denali



  • Thanks for the suggestion. Regretably, that is not the problem I have encountered. The engine actually sputters and misses. You can feel the miss and the engine produces very poor acceleration. The ride is jumpy. It was first noticed by the dealer at 1500 rpms. then, I noticed it occured at hihger speeds. Esepcially when driving uphill and accelerating.
  • See my post in the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon section.

  • tidestertidester Posts: 10,059
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  • Did you Kill this message board with your request.
    I don't see any new messages and I can't find anything that says you are here.
  • tidestertidester Posts: 10,059
    Did you Kill this message board with your request.

    I don't think so. Consider that it had only 100 posts in a year. Everyone had moved over to the 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon discussion and that one was closed so they are not posting in the more specialized topics. See the ending messages there.

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  • Yes got the black on black with all the options and love it. I have a question about a feature though. How do you initiate the voice recognition functionality? Has anyone played with this feature yet?
  • Does anyone know whether or not wheels from a 2000 Ford Expedition will fit on the 2007 Denali? I have a very nice set of custom 23's on my expi, that I'd like to transfer to my new Denali. Both have 6 lugs, but I'm not sure if the bolts/spacing are the same size. Thanks.
  • There is a button on your steering wheel that looks like a person speaking. It's also the mute button for the stereo. Hold it down for a couple of seconds and you can say your voice commands. It's more frustrating than helpful in my opinion because it doesn't always understand what you're saying. It's just faster to push the buttons than to repeat yourself 3 times.
  • I think they will but you may have to use a rat tail (round) file to take a bit of stock out of the bolt holes.

    Keep us posted!
  • I have a 2007 Yukon with Navigation. How is this done?
  • Just bought a black/black denali fully loaded, I love it but I want HID's. Does Anyone know where to get a kit. :shades:
  • Hey cgasparine check out this link, this is where you can get it done
  • Just ordered it. Thanks. Easy to install?
  • Hey I didn't get it yet either, let me know if you received yours and if it was as easy as they say to install.
  • I have a 2002 Denali XL with 135,000 miles on it and would like to change the spark plugs. I have always used champion spark plugs but I have been reading about some of the newer plugs on the market. I am hoping to get a little better fuel economy with the new plugs and wires for that matter. Do any of you have any recommendations for plugs and wires?
  • aj4321aj4321 Posts: 37
    Can you actually get a 2nd row bench in a Denali? I see the bench option on Edmunds but have never seen one at a dealer or on the road.
  • rshtrsht Posts: 277
    Probably not. As the 2007 Denali has the Flip-and-Tumble 2nd row captain seats as standard, the seat track configuration is different from the bench seats...
  • aj4321aj4321 Posts: 37
    Too bad - I was afraid that was the answer. I really need a 2nd row bench to accommodate my family. I have been on the fence trying to decide between the Denali and the new Sequoia. Looks like I will have to go with the Sequoia since benches are more common than captain chairs.
  • rshtrsht Posts: 277
    How about a Yukon without being a Denali? Are you trying to stay away from the 5.3V8 engine?
  • aj4321aj4321 Posts: 37
    I looked at the regular Yukon but I want the larger engine, 6 speed transmission and all of the other good stuff that comes with the Denali version.
  • You should be able to get a 2nd-row bench in a new Denali. We have that in our 2007 Denali XL. It's a 40-60 split bench (the 40% is on the right-hand/passenger side) and both sides have the electric folding mechanism, just like the captain's chairs. The 2nd-row benches are not very common--you will probably have to order one from the factory equipped that way, as we did. Took about 4 weeks, if my memory is correct (we ordered ours in August, 2006).

    Good luck.
  • aj4321aj4321 Posts: 37
    Thank you berkut027 for the info. Much appreciated.
  • rshtrsht Posts: 277
    Yap! That was exactly why I get the Denali, for its 6.2L V8 and the 6-speed plus other Denali stuff. I am having a very good luck with my 07 Denali, only had one recall work done, otherwise only regular maintenance and all is good.

    BTW, I read the post from berkut027 about the bench seat in a Denali. I never thought about custom ordering it. Sorry!
  • mchunumchunu Posts: 3
    I have the lockpick by coastal tech installed on my denali. Works great and was very easy to install.
  • I have been experiencing intermitant (though more off than on) problems with the driver door controls for lock/unlock, windows, heated seat, power mirrors (basically all), on my 2005 Yukon Denali XL. It has approx 60,000 miles, and this just starting happening. I figured it's not a fuse, since it sometimes works. But, maybe I'm wrong. Has anyone else had this type of issue - or similar. If so, what was the problem? How to fix? How much does dealer charge?
  • i have an opportunity to purchase an '07 Denali XL white 4x4 with only 28k miles on it. It has 22" brand new chrome rims and tires and has every option available in it. Is it worth the $37k I was given as a price? It still has 1 more year on the warranty as well. Thanks for any input/feedback. I am new to the GMC world. I was also offered from another dealer an 09 Black 2x2 with all options other than cooled seats and comes with standard 20" chrome rims and they are offering it at $46k b/c they have a ton of rebates - it has 100 miles on the odometer. Thx again.
  • I have been quoted a price of $31,900 for a Denali Black w/ dark leather, nav, dvd, moonroof, etc. Mileage is approx 47,000. GM certified so it includes a 12mo/12k bumper to bumper warranty.

    Is this a good price or should I be looking for a better deal. Any help and suggestions would be helpful.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,572
    Most of the pricing talk happens over in Prices Paid:

    GMC Yukon/Yukon Denali Prices Paid and Buying Experience for example.
  • has anybody had to change the outside door handles on an 07 denali? I have two broken ones on the driver side.I bought the parts from the dealer, but I am not sure what I might be getting into.
  • Yes, I just had mine replaced. About a week later the car died and continues to die, speakers not longer work. GMC does not know what happened but is willing to TRY replacing amp ($500) and Stereo ($2000) plus labor. I wrote a long story in another section. It has been a nightmare since. I have spent about $400 looking for the problem. If you do replace the handle I would do it yourself or watch the SOB's.
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