Customers throughout the United States buy their A/C parts and service from R & Y A/C Compressors®, because they recognize that our remanufactured components are the best money can buy. No product is listed in our catalog unless it has been carefully tested to ensure it will continue operating after installation.
GMC is an automobile brand that is best known for its light, medium and heavy duty trucks. Throughout its history, it has maintained a close relationship with Chevrolet, and in fact many of its trucks are related since they utilized a similar platform. However, GMC vehicles are primarily marketed to commercial businesses and customers, while Chevrolet is geared more towards private buyers. In the early days, medium sized trucks frequently used Buick engines, but the biggest GMC trucks used a distinct line of engines that had six cylinders.
About GMC Yukon
The Yukon is one of GMC’s most successful vehicles. It was first introduced in the early 1990s and used technology which was similar to the Tahoe. It launched with a V8, 5.7 liter engine that could generate 255 horsepower, but the increasing divide between GMC and Chevrolet meant that ultimately the Yukon would become distinct in its own right.
Newer generation Yukons have become exceptionally luxurious, with features such as keyless entry, cruise control and fine leather. The engine power has been slightly downsized in comparison to early variants, with the exception being the Denali, which offers the best of both worlds. Engineers at GMC have made a number of other improvements to the Yukon over the last 25 years. Some of them include a wider frame with enhanced riding comfort and handling, and the seating capacity has been increased, allowing the vehicle to hold a maximum of nine passengers. The engine power has been elevated to 295 horsepower, but with slightly reduced fuel efficiency.
Common GMC Yukon A/C Problems
Some owners have experienced a leaking condenser, which was similar to the problem that caused a recall for models manufactured between 2015 and 2017. After being parked and allowed to sit overnight, the owner attempted to activate the A/C but it would only emit warm air. Others have discovered a crack inside their combi-cooler which they believe poses a safety hazard and is in violation of NHTSA guidelines. Some of these issues were resolved when owners purchased and installed replacement parts they had purchased over the web.
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When air conditioning problems arise, they can be potentially hazardous, especially if pets, small children or the elderly are present within the vehicle during high summer temperatures. This is why it is so important to get your A/C system tested periodically, and if you find that a component is wearing out, it is best to get your replacement through R & Y A/C Compressors®. We carry condensers, hose assembles, evaporators, compressors and more, all of which are premium in quality and our fast and secure shipping means you won’t have to wait long to get them, so browse for GMC Yukon A/C parts now and enjoy the best prices online!