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Well a bit of expensive advice for jeep owners. Today started out good left house at 7:30 to get fuel. Jeep threw a code and shut down hard. Using code reader called fix it tied to my phone found out cam position sensor failed. Three hours waiting on two thick and two umber rides and 65.00 dollars for sensor and jeep was back on road.lesson is listen for problem signs and geta code reader. It will pay for itself.
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Well removing fuel tank on the 97 Yukon today. 5 hours later it is finally out. Only cut myself up about twelve times and threw one wrench lol.thought tank was empty NO it was full 21 gallons heavy lol. Tomorrow I will hook power up and test new sender to see if the fuel gauge will work or not. Posting photos taken today lol.
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Well today made a list of parts needed to reinstall Yukon's fuel tank. Also spliced the new fuel pumps wiring into harness and checked to see if fuel guage works or not. Good news it works.

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Well spent day at pick a part finding things for the yukon. Minor things like sun visors glove box instrument cluster. $80.00 dollars later got it all. Just got thru installing it all and broke the clips holding lower dash in . Just my luck lol. Oh also the new instrument cluster gas gauge still dont work grrrrrr.lol

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A great video thanks for it

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Status on the Redneck and the Yukon
Status on yukon and the redneck

Well good news water pump on yukon is fine. The leak was the small hoses connecting to the heater lines. A lot easier and cheaper to fix lol. Only cut my self twelve times trying to remove the damn spring clamps.lol

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Well I can't seem to own a vehicle that does not eat tools. Lol. Today's tool eater is my 1997 gmc yukon, previous owners replaced drivers side mirror from a power to a manual mirror. I bought a new power mirror to replace it and the yukon than ate two nuts a 10 mm socket and a universal socket. Seems the inner door has a inner wall just right to catch and hide small items. Lol

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