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Along with service traction control, and service TPMS. Not always all of them, but often.

2011 Yukon Denali
Where does one start on this?


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For future reference they make TPMS bypass devices, they come out of the UK. Unfortunately they don't have any for GM products as of yet. They told me to check back.


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It's just odd or seems odd that all three notifications come up all of a sudden.


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You need to start by pulling the codes.


 
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I wasn't sure there would be codes to pull that said any more than what the messages say. If there likely are, I will have them scanned.


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You need to start by pulling the codes.


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It seems like i get several that have a steering angle sensor issue and it will turn on all 3 lights. If you get a code let me know which one.


 
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will do


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Along with service traction control, and service TPMS. Not always all of them, but often.

2011 Yukon Denali
Where does one start on this?
when mine did this it ended up being a lifter failure. Assuming yours has the v4-v8 gas saving collapsing lifters too. Mine ended up getting new cam, lifters, heads
, valley plate and a few other things. Luckily mine was under extended warranty, it was very costly to the warranty company


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Originally posted by Bucky:
Along with service traction control, and service TPMS. Not always all of them, but often.

2011 Yukon Denali
Where does one start on this?
when mine did this it ended up being a lifter failure. Assuming yours has the v4-v8 gas saving collapsing lifters too. Mine ended up getting new cam, lifters, heads
, valley plate and a few other things. Luckily mine was under extended warranty, it was very costly to the warranty company


Lifter? Well that's the last thing I would have expected with traction control and the tpms!


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any dtc's HMMMM SES lamp on also? Not sure about the corelation between the traction control and TPMS lamp, but Steering angle sensors setting C0710 are common on those to set the SRVC traction and Stabilitrak lamps, assuming no alignment issues.


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No SES lights. And it seemed like the TPMS light had a few days or a week head start on the others. Could be unrelated. Vehicle runs well and tracks straight.


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NEED A SCAN THE ABS SYSTEM AND ECM FOR A DTC


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I'm assuming that parts stores cannot scan the ABS? I was hoping this could be a DIY, but maybe it won't be. Not sure how difficult the steering sensor replacement is.


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AutoZone should be able too scan it
 
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IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY, YOU HAVE TO PULL THE COLUMN ASSEMBLY OUT. NOT TERRIBLE, BUT DOES REQUIRE PROGRAMMING/ SET UP ONCE REPLACED.


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Never straight forward. I have read bad battery, cables, tps, brake switch, steering sensor, or cam and lifters.


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Jack up the truck and drive a new one under it..….


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NEVER SAID WHAT THE CODE WAS MAN!? Big Grin AND TPMS COULD SIMPLY BE A BAD SENSOR. THEY DO HAVE BATTERIES THAT GO .


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Car quest scanned and found no codes


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Fwiiw, tires and sensors 1 yr old


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