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Hey everybody! Like all of you, our 2007 Gmc yukon burned 2 quarts between oil changes. The truck had 140,000 miles when it just started burning oil... I've looked around on Google and have found out that the main cause of the oil consumption was the active fuel management. There are aftermarket parts that can make it so it will disable the active fuel management. After this was done it doesn't burn any oil.
I am having my 2010 yukonxl with 93k miles in for the piston and ring replacement. Went through a few oil consumptions and there was a problem. Will check back once I get this done.
Are there any engines that do not use oil? The dealership was business like but showed some attention to me . Do you think this will fix the problem or am I better off dumping it and buying a F150 King Ranch
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