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1999 GMC Yukon repairs by problem area

Engine (42%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (13%)

Brakes and Traction Control (8%)

Suspension and Steering (4%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (29%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (4%)

Other (0%)

Chart based on 24 repairs.
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1999 GMC Yukon repair cost distribution

$2500+ (0%)

$1000 - $2499 (0%)

$500 - $999 (19%)

$100 - $499 (67%)

< $100 (14%)

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Chart based on 21 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

1999 GMC Yukon

Engine not specified

GMC in Pennsylvania, United States
Sep 2012 - Nov 2015
Mar 2013

95000 mi

US $200
Replaced fuel pump 
GMC in Washington, United States
Feb 2013 - Apr 2013
Mar 2013

174000 mi

US $285
Water Pump Heater Blower Motor failed 
GMC in Texas, United States
May 2015 - Mar 2016
Mar 2016

154000 mi
Broken Piston. Not worth repairing. Sold for scrap. 
GMC in Arizona, United States
Jan 2011 - Feb 2011
Feb 2011

114000 mi
Fuel gauge, cruise control acting up when sold. 

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1999 GMC Yukon 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 4WD

GMC in Virginia, United States
Dec 2012 - Jun 2018
Feb 2013

136400 mi

US $900
Fuel pump replaced 
Nov 2013

142000 mi

US $250
replace rear door lock; fix steerling wheel noise/squeak 
GMC in Michigan, United States
Aug 2012 - Jun 2018
Jul 2013

78000 mi

US $600
Rear pinion bearing went bad(scored in one place) mechanic said it sets too long and the top of the bearing is not covered in the lube for a long period.I think it was a faulty bearing. But hey, the truck is 14.5 years old. 
Jun 2018

107000 mi

US $500
Replace rusted fuel lines. Fuel filler pipe rusted, replaced everything from the filler cap to the tank. Gas would leak on the ground when fueling at the gas station. Living in the rust belt the tin worm has taken its toll, being a Denali with all the cladding has helped, I replaced the left cargo door several years ago, but that's it for the body. The tin worm has eaten away at the underside. Brake lines, fuel lines and trans. cooler line have been repaired or replaced, brake lines several time (thanks GM bean counters for not using stainless steel) always a fun time when the brake pedal goes to the floor. 
GMC in New Jersey, United States
Aug 2011 - Apr 2015
Oct 2011

143000 mi

US $325
Erratic sticking injector. Installed MPI replacement upgrade unit. Repair successful. 
Apr 2012

150200 mi

US $300
Fuel supply lines rusted out. Replaced fuel lines. 
May 2013

162800 mi

US $300
Replaced compressor & rear aux. a/c line 
Sep 2013

167000 mi

US $150
replaced alternator 
Oct 2013

168000 mi

US $130
replace wheel hub/bearing 
Mar 2014

177000 mi

US $50
oxygen sensor 
Jun 2014

182000 mi

US $137
repaired rusted, leaking brake line 

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1999 GMC Yukon 4-door

8-cylinder automatic 2WD

GMC in Florida, United States
Nov 2010 - Nov 2018
Dec 2010

67000 mi

US $100
Hard shifting from 1st to 2nd gear, was told it's normal on GM transmissions and it needs a new valve body for $1100. 
Jan 2012

86000 mi

US $400
To address a hard 1-2 shift, I replaced the fuel filter, air filter, changed the transmission fluid and filter, and dropped the 1-2 accumulator and changed the big spring which was worn. Not entirely successful as didn't replace accumulator. 
Nov 2012

92700 mi

US $700
Had persistent Passlock problems that kept getting worse, could not start vehicle after 5 hours of trying. Bought HPtuners software to disable Passlock in the computer firmware. Along with previous Passlock problems, power steering assist worked intermittently (resulting in full PS pressure). Traced the Passlock and EVO problems to a bad EVO/Passlock module, replaced, power steering assist works well now. 
Jun 2013

99000 mi

US $150
A leaky rear wheel cylinder locked up and caused severe drag on the drum, replaced both wheel cyls, drums, shoes and all springs. When disassembled, shoes separated from the brackets because of leaking fluid. 
Nov 2013

100600 mi

US $130
Water pump leaked from the weep hole, replaced with new, also replaced upper radiator hose due to excessive caked-up deposits, both small hoses at the pump, and thermostat. Plan to also replace the coolant temp. sensor soon. 

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