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I would first remove the fuse for the heater control head for one minute and then put in and retry.
The control head could have locked up on you with a volt spike. The rear defrost switch does not go through the same circuit in the heat as the hvac controls. Could be a broken know also.
Could also be mechanical linkage on side of heater box above accelerator pedal may have broken or popped apart. or if electrical motor control may be actuator.

#76-11-01: HVAC CONTROL KNOB SPINS FREELY (REPLACE) - (Oct 9, 1997) 999999995.gif SUBJECT: HVAC CONTROL KNOB SPINS FREELY (REPLACE ALL THREE KNOBS)
MODELS: 1996-97 CHEVROLET AND GMC M/L AND G VANS 1995-97 CHEVROLET AND GMC C/K TRUCKS
CONDITION:
SOME CUSTOMERS MAY REPORT THAT ONE OR MORE HVAC CONTROL KNOBS SPIN FREELY, RESULTING IN LOSS OF FAN, TEMPERATURE AND/OR MODE OPERATION.
CAUSE:
THE KNOB'S PLASTIC INNER SHAFT MAY CRACK WHEN FORCED AGAINST ITS STOP.
CORRECTION:
IF ANY ONE OF THE THREE HVAC CONTROL KNOBS EXHIBITS THIS CONDITION, REPLACE ALL THREE KNOBS WITH NEW P/N 16268157.
PARTS INFORMATION:
P/N DESCRIPTION QTY 16268157 KNOB, HVAC CONTROL 3

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Sep 28, 2018


I don't think its plug wires. When you say it won't shift into 1st? It takes off in 2nd? Does it shift to 3rd and 4th? Or is it a shifter problem? Like it won't go into manual 1st


1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Oct 18, 2017


Every vehicle is different. Depends on the Engine, Trans, Final Drive Ratio taking into account of the axle ratio. Wear and tear, build quality, tire size, 2 or 4 WD and the environment. I would expect about 108 but that is a guess and not recommended.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Oct 18, 2017


Yep, Sounds like you have a bad misalignment that is causing stressing of the suspension. This also may cause another accident or cause injury. Have a body shop give you an estimate to repair the damage. They may tell you what is not right. If the cross member is obviously bent, they may be able to straighten it. If you are confident you can fix it, measure a good one, same model. take pics with your cell phone. Get all the frame mounting points as close to factory as possible using a solid good original point as a reference. Also check the top components are probably bent as well. Harbor Freight sells a hydraulic ram kit that may help. be very careful and should only try this is you are very handy, very safe, and a general fabricator.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Apr 03, 2017


You can find wiring diagrams at http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free ! Enter your vehicle info. year , make , model an engine size . Under system click on lighting , subsystem click parking lights . Do the stop lamps work ? Turn signals etc.... Which fuse blows ? Also check fuse box diagram under power distribution ,fuse box .to see what all that fuse powers

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Mar 25, 2017


Sounds like you have an issue with your transfer case.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Feb 01, 2017


Have you checked for any codes in the ECM ? May also want to check for spark at the wires/plugs.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Jan 01, 2017


I would suspect it needs the power cell in the key fob replaced.
It may have enough electricity left to work the little LED indicator but not enough to transmit. If this is the fob you use most of the time it would make since that the battery would be depleted before the other just because of the higher use.

Replacing the battery cell in the fob is what I would try first.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Sep 05, 2016


I, feel sorry for you, after reading your problem, but don't worry you visit the Reliable-Store they will help you for sure.
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1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Jun 14, 2016


It is possible, however check if the tachometer works when you crank the engine . if not, probably the crankshaft position sensed is inoperative.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Mar 12, 2016


hello,
If your Yukon is not steering properly then you could have a power pump problem, first thing to check is the fluid level and see if the fluid looks dark and brownish. most of the fluids are red in color. but other things to check are the brakes on the front of the truck and the wheel bearings a long with the steering parts just to make sure everything is in order and safe to drive.

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Mar 11, 2016


bad coil packs

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Apr 25, 2015


Yes this is a common problem....the most likely source is you have a bad tailight socket....best advise is to replace both and you should be fine.

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1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Mar 09, 2015


Considering the multiple problems it would be almost foolish for me to try and give you one quick answer because of multiple problems you have..Take it directly to a dealer and have it scanned to find your exact problem...Then you could leave and repair it yourself or Do it the expensive safe way and let them repair it .....DO THE BEST THING FOR YOU...Don't get a headache from thinking of what it could be and trying to understand our answers because there are too many different answers to your problem....

1995 GMC Yukon | Answered on Feb 25, 2015

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