Chevrolet Yukon Xl

Chevrolet Yukon Xl 2000 model

Chevrolet Yukon Xl 2000 bulletins


BulletinBulletin dateReplacement BulletinItem no.SummaryAdded
AIR BAGS
00094100412/01/2000619198Some customers may comment that the air bag indicator is illuminated on the instrument panel cluster (ipc) with side impact module diagnostic trouble codes b0028, b0029, b0040, and b0041 set. *tt2001-05-18
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING - COOLING SYSTEM
3121A01/01/200410009936Exhaust vibration resonance or moan 99-05 full size trucks and utility vehicles with gen 3 v-8 engines. *tc2004-11-02
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING - ENGINE - GASOLINE
000603009A03/01/2001000603009619183Some vehicles may exhibit lean hesitation, sag or stumble when coolant temperature is between -6 and +20 degrees celsius. *tt2001-05-17
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING - ENGINE - GASOLINE - BELTS AND ASSOCIATED PULLEYS
31070107/31/2001625211Subject regarding drive belt noise. *yh2001-11-19
EXTERIOR LIGHTING - HEADLIGHTS
3170E10019186Ipc, interior lights and/or headlamps flicker. *ak fb22006-02-16
INTERIOR LIGHTING
3170E10019186Ipc, interior lights and/or headlamps flicker. *ak fb22006-02-16
LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES - DOORS - LATCH
01086401410/01/2001628508Subject regarding door manual lock lever disengages from door trim panel (repair lock lever) *jg2002-03-12
SEATS
00085001410/01/2000616358Some customers may comment that the driver's bucket seatback moves forward about 25 to 38 mm (1 to 1-1/2 inches) during moderate to heavy braking. *tt2001-02-23
STRUCTURE
000861001A03/01/2001000861001622965Information providing revised assist step (running board) installation procedure. *tt2001-10-25
STRUCTURE - BODY - DOOR
01086401510/01/2001627471Information regarding front and rear side access door noise. *yh2002-02-07
01086401410/01/2001627425Subject on door manual lock lever disengages from door trim panel. *yh2002-02-07
STRUCTURE - BODY - DOOR - HINGE AND ATTACHMENTS
01086401510/01/2001628505Subject regarding front and rear side door access door noise (replace door check link). *jg2002-03-12

Chevrolet Yukon Xl 2000 investigations


NHTSA IDManufacturerDate openDate closeSubjectRecall campaign
PARKING BRAKE
DP05009GENERAL MOTORS CORP.12/20/200505/31/2006PARKING BRAKE FAILURE
 Odi's review of complaint data received since the close of ea04-011 revealed no indication that the investigation should be re-opened.more details can be found in the federal register notice enclosed in the dp05-009 public file.odi reserves the right to reopen the investigation in the future should conditions warrant.
PARKING BRAKE - CONVENTIONAL
DP05009GENERAL MOTORS CORP.12/20/200505/31/2006PARKING BRAKE FAILURE
 Odi's review of complaint data received since the close of ea04-011 revealed no indication that the investigation should be re-opened.more details can be found in the federal register notice enclosed in the dp05-009 public file.odi reserves the right to reopen the investigation in the future should conditions warrant.
PARKING BRAKE - CONVENTIONAL - MECHANICAL
DP05009GENERAL MOTORS CORP.12/20/200505/31/2006PARKING BRAKE FAILURE
 Odi's review of complaint data received since the close of ea04-011 revealed no indication that the investigation should be re-opened.more details can be found in the federal register notice enclosed in the dp05-009 public file.odi reserves the right to reopen the investigation in the future should conditions warrant.
SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC
EA11001GENERAL MOTORS CORP.01/05/2011Brake line corrosion failure
 The office of defects investigation (odi) received defect petition dp10-003 on march 2, 2010, requesting the investigation of model year (my) 2003 chevrolet silverado 2500hd 4wd pickup trucks for corrosion failures of the vehicle brake lines.dp10-003 was granted and on march 30, 2010, preliminary evaluation pe10-010 was opened on more than six million model year 1999 through 2003 light trucks and sport utility vehicles manufactured and sold by general motors corporation (gm).on july 2, 2010, odi received gm's response to an information request, which included gm's assessment of the frequency and safety consequences of the alleged defect. gm stated that:(1) the brake system of the subject vehicles is split front/rear and should a brake pipe suddenly fail for any reason, the affected vehicle would be capable of stopping with the pressure supplied by the remaining circuit; (2) the subject vehicles were designed to meet the hydraulic circuit partial failure requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standards 105 and 135, light vehicle brake systems; and (3) should a brake fluid leak occur for any reason, the brake system malfunction indicator lamp (mil) would illuminate and warn the driver before the brake fluid level was low enough to cause a loss of line pressure. of the890 total complaints for brake pipe corrosion identified, 761 were located in salt belt states (connecticut, delaware, district of columbia, illinois, indiana, iowa, maine, maryland, massachusetts, michigan, minnesota, missouri, new hampshire, new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, vermont, west virginia and wisconsin).the complaint rate per 100,000 vehicles sold is significantly higher in the salt belt, 43.0, compared with 3.0 for the remaining states.in approximately 25 percent of the complaints, the brake pipe failure has allegedly occurred suddenly, with no warning to the driver (i.e., no brake warning light), and resulted in extended stopping distances.in 26 of these incidents, the increase in stopping distance that resulted was alleged as a factor in a crash and in 10 others the vehicle was intentionally steered off the road or into another lane of travel in order to avoid a crash.an engineering analysis has been opened for subject vehicles sold or currently registered in salt belt states to further assess the scope, frequency and safety risks associated with sudden failures of corroded brake pipes that can result in decreased brake effectiveness. odi will continue to gather information on subject vehicles outside the salt belt as well.
SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC - ANTILOCK
PE05020GENERAL MOTORS CORP.04/28/200509/13/2005UNWANTED LOW-SPEED ABS ACTIVATION05V379000
 In a letter dated august 29, 2005, gm notified odi that it was recalling certain model year 1999 through 2002 c/k pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles to correct a problem with anti-lock brake system (abs) wheel speed sensor corrosion that may result in unwanted abs activation and extended stopping distances during low-speed braking (recall 05v-379).gm's recall covers approximately 804,000 vehicles currently registered in the following 14 salt-belt states:connecticut, illinois, indiana, massachusetts, maine, michigan, new hampshire, new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, vermont, and west virginia.the recall procedure will involve removing the sensor, cleaning the mounting surface, applying a rust inhibitor (zinc-x) to the surface, and reinstalling the sensor.if necessary, the sensor will be replaced. the population and failure report data given in this resume are for the full region that has been considered by odi as the salt-belt.that includes delaware, iowa, maryland, minnesota, missouri, wisconsin and the district of columbia in addition to the 14 states included in 05v-379.the states covered by gm's recall have the highest incident rates for the subject condition, accounting for 91% of the incidents, but only 24% of subject vehicle sales in the united states.odi's analysis determined that 840 of the complaints, 244 of the crashes, and 16 of the injuries identified in this investigation occurred in those states.the resulting incident and crash rates are 96.2 and 28.0 per 100,000 vehicles respectively (note:rates are based on vehicle sales, not registered vehicles). the corresponding numbers in the excluded portions of the salt-belt are 399,000 vehicles, 81 incidents (20.3 per 100,000 vehicles), 3 crashes, and no injuries.the statistics in the remaining 30 states are 2,406,000 vehicles, 168 incidents (7.0 per 100,000 vehicles), 31 crashes, and one injury.gm and odi are continuing to monitor the problem experience in states that are not included in the recall.gm will provide odi with updated complaint, field report, and warranty data in november 2005.odi and gm will review that data and assess the appropriateness of the current scope of the recall at that time.
SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC - ANTILOCK - CONTROL UNIT/MODULE
PE05020GENERAL MOTORS CORP.04/28/200509/13/2005UNWANTED LOW-SPEED ABS ACTIVATION05V379000
 In a letter dated august 29, 2005, gm notified odi that it was recalling certain model year 1999 through 2002 c/k pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles to correct a problem with anti-lock brake system (abs) wheel speed sensor corrosion that may result in unwanted abs activation and extended stopping distances during low-speed braking (recall 05v-379).gm's recall covers approximately 804,000 vehicles currently registered in the following 14 salt-belt states:connecticut, illinois, indiana, massachusetts, maine, michigan, new hampshire, new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, vermont, and west virginia.the recall procedure will involve removing the sensor, cleaning the mounting surface, applying a rust inhibitor (zinc-x) to the surface, and reinstalling the sensor.if necessary, the sensor will be replaced. the population and failure report data given in this resume are for the full region that has been considered by odi as the salt-belt.that includes delaware, iowa, maryland, minnesota, missouri, wisconsin and the district of columbia in addition to the 14 states included in 05v-379.the states covered by gm's recall have the highest incident rates for the subject condition, accounting for 91% of the incidents, but only 24% of subject vehicle sales in the united states.odi's analysis determined that 840 of the complaints, 244 of the crashes, and 16 of the injuries identified in this investigation occurred in those states.the resulting incident and crash rates are 96.2 and 28.0 per 100,000 vehicles respectively (note:rates are based on vehicle sales, not registered vehicles). the corresponding numbers in the excluded portions of the salt-belt are 399,000 vehicles, 81 incidents (20.3 per 100,000 vehicles), 3 crashes, and no injuries.the statistics in the remaining 30 states are 2,406,000 vehicles, 168 incidents (7.0 per 100,000 vehicles), 31 crashes, and one injury.gm and odi are continuing to monitor the problem experience in states that are not included in the recall.gm will provide odi with updated complaint, field report, and warranty data in november 2005.odi and gm will review that data and assess the appropriateness of the current scope of the recall at that time.
SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC - FOUNDATION COMPONENTS - HOSES, LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGS
EA11001GENERAL MOTORS CORP.01/05/2011Brake line corrosion failure
 The office of defects investigation (odi) received defect petition dp10-003 on march 2, 2010, requesting the investigation of model year (my) 2003 chevrolet silverado 2500hd 4wd pickup trucks for corrosion failures of the vehicle brake lines.dp10-003 was granted and on march 30, 2010, preliminary evaluation pe10-010 was opened on more than six million model year 1999 through 2003 light trucks and sport utility vehicles manufactured and sold by general motors corporation (gm).on july 2, 2010, odi received gm's response to an information request, which included gm's assessment of the frequency and safety consequences of the alleged defect. gm stated that:(1) the brake system of the subject vehicles is split front/rear and should a brake pipe suddenly fail for any reason, the affected vehicle would be capable of stopping with the pressure supplied by the remaining circuit; (2) the subject vehicles were designed to meet the hydraulic circuit partial failure requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standards 105 and 135, light vehicle brake systems; and (3) should a brake fluid leak occur for any reason, the brake system malfunction indicator lamp (mil) would illuminate and warn the driver before the brake fluid level was low enough to cause a loss of line pressure. of the890 total complaints for brake pipe corrosion identified, 761 were located in salt belt states (connecticut, delaware, district of columbia, illinois, indiana, iowa, maine, maryland, massachusetts, michigan, minnesota, missouri, new hampshire, new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, vermont, west virginia and wisconsin).the complaint rate per 100,000 vehicles sold is significantly higher in the salt belt, 43.0, compared with 3.0 for the remaining states.in approximately 25 percent of the complaints, the brake pipe failure has allegedly occurred suddenly, with no warning to the driver (i.e., no brake warning light), and resulted in extended stopping distances.in 26 of these incidents, the increase in stopping distance that resulted was alleged as a factor in a crash and in 10 others the vehicle was intentionally steered off the road or into another lane of travel in order to avoid a crash.an engineering analysis has been opened for subject vehicles sold or currently registered in salt belt states to further assess the scope, frequency and safety risks associated with sudden failures of corroded brake pipes that can result in decreased brake effectiveness. odi will continue to gather information on subject vehicles outside the salt belt as well.
SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC - POWER ASSIST
EA04012GENERAL MOTORS CORP.04/30/200402/28/2005HYDRAULIC PUMP FAILRES05V005000
 Gm is conducting a recall on all subject vehicles build between may 1999 and october 14, 1999.significant changes were incorporated into production in early october 1999, and vehicles built after that date have lower warranty failure rates.the complaint and warranty data appear to support the effectiveness of these changes. gm made additional changes in november 1999, february 2000, may 2001, and february 2004.odi will continue to monitor this problem and will take further action, if warranted, in the future.for further technical details see the attached engineering analysis report.
STEERING - HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST SYSTEM
EA04012GENERAL MOTORS CORP.04/30/200402/28/2005HYDRAULIC PUMP FAILRES05V005000
 Gm is conducting a recall on all subject vehicles build between may 1999 and october 14, 1999.significant changes were incorporated into production in early october 1999, and vehicles built after that date have lower warranty failure rates.the complaint and warranty data appear to support the effectiveness of these changes. gm made additional changes in november 1999, february 2000, may 2001, and february 2004.odi will continue to monitor this problem and will take further action, if warranted, in the future.for further technical details see the attached engineering analysis report.

Chevrolet Yukon Xl 2000 Consumer Complaints


Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE - DELIVERY - FUEL PUMP
09/14/20043
 2000 gmc yukon xl had gas pouring out from underneath the vehicle.*mr after the consumer filled up his gas tank fuel began to leak onto the ground at the gas station. the vehicle was towed to a repair facility where it was determined that the fuel tank wiring had burned inside the fuel tank. this is the vehicle's second fuel pump failure. in may 2005 the consumer received a letter from the manufacturer concerning the fuel pump wiring failure. the letter explained that the manufacturer was working with the supplier to develop and obtain a service kit to permanently correct the problem. *nm