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My 2005 Yukon XL Denali has intermittent speedometer (and tachometer). This problem has been going on for sometime in various models and years. So, I guess no one has died as a result of no / bad MPH readings (a few tickets?), so GM won't do squat about it. It is ridiculous that they are not taking responsibility for this. This is a design flaw. I know, I have worked with stepper motors in product designs before. I guess they have idiot engineers. One thing though, the ODOMETER WILL ALWAYS WORK! You want to know why? Social Media at GM always comments but you never hear of an admission of error. This is a blatant, ignored design flaw.
I purchased a 2003 Yukon XL new in April 2003. Until Last month I have been a happy buyer. Now I have had to replace the fuel pump, and this week (one week later) one of the front wheel bearings went out. This is all regular wear & tear. But when the car came came back the whole display console was out. No speed odometer, gas gauge,etc. I wonder if there was a recall in the past that I missed. Any help would be appreciated.
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