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2024 GMC Yukon Maintenance Schedule Guide

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2024 GMC Yukon Maintenance Schedule Owner’s Manual

The 2024 GMC Yukon Maintenance Schedule follows the manufacturer’s suggested intervals for each service and emphasizes routine tyre rotations, oil changes, and fluid checks to guarantee maximum performance and longevity. It also has sophisticated diagnostics to proactively resolve possible problems, guaranteeing dependability and safety while driving.

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GMC Maintenance Schedule Guide

Tire Rotation and Required Services Every 12 000 km (7,500 mi)
Tires are rotated to achieve a more uniform wear for all tyres. The first rotation is the most important.
Anytime unusual wear is noticed, rotate the tyres as soon as possible, check for proper tyre inflation pressure, and check for damaged tyres or wheels. If the unusual wear continues after the rotation, check the wheel alignment. See When It Is Time for New Tires 0 356 and
Wheel Replacement.

  • Perform Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection. See Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection (MPVI).
  • Lubricate body components.

Extended Idle Use
When the vehicle is used in a way that requires extended idle time, one hour of use shall be deemed the same as 53 km (33 mi). See the Driver Information Center (DIC) for the hour meter.

Additional Required Services — Normal Service
Every 12 000 km (7,500 mi)

  • Check engine oil level and oil life percentage. If needed, change the engine oil and filter, and reset the oil life system. Or when the CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message displays, have the engine oil and filter changed within the next 1,000 km/600 mi. If driven under the best conditions, the engine oil life system may not indicate the need for vehicle service for up to a year. The engine oil and filter must be changed at least once a year and the oil life system must be reset. Your trained dealer technician can perform this work. If the engine oil life system is reset accidentally, service the vehicle within 5,000 km/3,000 mi since the last service. Reset the oil life system when the oil is changed. See Engine Oil Life System
  • When the REPLACE AT NEXT OIL CHANGE message displays, the engine air filter should be replaced at the next engine oil change. When the REPLACE ENGINE AIR FILTER SOON message displays, the engine air filter should be replaced at the earliest convenience. Reset the engine air filter life system after the engine air filter is replaced.

Every 36 000 km (22,500 mi)

  • Replace the passenger compartment air filter. Or every 24 months, whichever comes first. More frequent passenger compartment air filter replacement may be needed if driving in areas with heavy traffic, poor air quality, high dust levels, or environmental allergens. Passenger compartment air filter replacement may also be needed if there is reduced airflow, window fogging, or odours. Your GM dealer can help determine when to replace the filter.

Every 161 000 km (100,000 mi)

  • Replace hood and/or body lift support gas struts. Or every 10 years, whichever comes first.

Every 156 000 km (97,500 mi)

  • Replace spark plugs. Inspect spark plug wires and/or boots.
  • Change transfer case fluid, if equipped with 4WD. Do not directly power wash the transfer case and/or front/rear axle output seals. High-pressure water can overcome the seals and contaminate the transfer case fluid. Contaminated fluid will decrease the life of the transfer case and/ or axles and should be replaced.

Every 240 000 km (150,000 mi)

  • Drain and fill engine cooling Or every six years, whichever comes first.
Severe Conditions Requiring More Frequent Maintenance
  • Public service, military, or commercial use vehicles to include the following:
    • Ambulances, police cars, and emergency rescue vehicles.
    • Civilian vehicles such as light-duty pick-up trucks, SUVs, and passenger cars are used in military applications.
    • Recovery vehicles such as tow trucks and flatbed single-vehicle carriers or any vehicle that is consistently used in towing trailers or other loads.
    • High-use commercial vehicles such as courier delivery vehicles, private security patrol vehicles, or any vehicles that operate on a 24–hour basis
    • Any vehicle consistently operated in a high sand or dust environment such as those used on oil pipelines and similar applications.
  • Vehicles that are regularly used for short trips of 6 km (4 mi) or less. The oil life indicator will show you when to change the oil and filter. Under severe conditions, the indicator may come on before 12,000 km (7,500 mi).

Footnote: Under extreme driving conditions listed above, it may be necessary to replace your spark plugs at more frequent intervals. For further assistance in determining the most suitable service maintenance intervals for your vehicle, please contact your authorized GM Dealer. Extreme service is for vehicles mainly driven off-road in four-wheel drive or used in farming, mining, forestry, or snow ploughing.

Additional Required Services — Severe Service

Every 72 000 km (45,000 mi)

  • Change automatic transmission fluid and
  • Change transfer case fluid, if equipped with 4WD. Do not directly power wash the transfer case and/or front/rear axle output seals. High-pressure water can overcome the seals and contaminate the transfer case fluid. Contaminated fluid will decrease the life of the transfer case and/or axles and should be replaced.

Owner Checks and Services

Every Five Years

  • Replace brake

Every Seven Years

  • Replace the Air Conditioning Desiccant every seven The air conditioning system requires maintenance every seven years. This service requires the replacement of the desiccant to help the longevity and efficient operation of the air conditioning system. This service can be complex. See your dealer.

Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection (MPVI)

A Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection (MPVI) completed by a GM dealer technician is a maintenance assessment of your vehicle. The benefit of the MPVI is to identify and inform the customer of service items that require immediate attention and those that may require attention in the future.
The technician will perform the following checks on your vehicle. For a complete list of checks, inspections, and services, see your dealer. Some items may not apply to your vehicle and/or region.

Diagnostics

  • OnStar active, if equipped
  • Service history/recall check

Engine Oil and Filter

  • Engine oil
  • Oil life monitor
    • Reset the oil life monitor

Exterior Lights

  • Visual inspection

Windshield and Wipers

  • Visual inspection

Battery

  • Battery visual inspection
  • Battery test results
  • Battery cables and connections

Systems, Fluids, and Visible Leak Inspection

  • Engine oil
  • Transmission
  • Drive axle
  • Transfer case
  • Engine cooling system
  • Power steering, if equipped
  • Fuel system
  • Windshield washer fluid

Tire Inspection

  • Tire pressure, tread depth, and wear
  • Rotation, if applicable
  • Alignment check, optional
  • Reset the tyre pressure monitor
  • Check tyre sealant expiration date, if equipped
  • Check spare tyre, if equipped

Brakes

  • Check brake system

Visible and Functional Inspections

  • Seat belt components
  • Exhaust system
  • Accelerator pedal
  • Passenger compartment air filter, if equipped
  • Engine air filter
  • Hoses
  • Belts
  • Shocks and struts
  • Steering components
  • Axle boots or driveshaft and u-joints
  • Compartment lift struts, if equipped
  • Floor mats secured, no interference with pedals
  • Horn
  • Ignition lock, if equipped
  • Starter switch
  • Evaporative control system

Lubricate

  • Chassis components

Special Application Services

  • Severe Commercial Use Vehicles Only: Lubricate chassis components every oil
  • Have underbody flushing service See “Underbody Maintenance”

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Recommended Fluids, Lubricants, and Parts

Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
This maintenance section applies to vehicles with a gasoline engine. If the vehicle has a diesel engine, see “Recommended Fluids and Lubricants” in the Duramax diesel supplement.
Fluids and lubricants identified below by name or specification, including fluids or lubricants not listed here, can be obtained from your dealer.

Usage Fluid/Lubricant
Automatic Transmission DEXRON ULV Automatic Transmission Fluid.
Chassis Lubrication Lubricant meeting requirements of NLGI #2, Category LB or GC-LB.
Engine Coolant 50/50 mixture of clean, drinkable water and use only DEX-COOL Coolant. See Cooling System 0 319.
Engine Oil Engine oil meets the dexos1 specification of the proper SAE viscosity grade. ACDelco dexos1 full synthetic is recommended. See Engine Oil 0 315.
Front Axle (4WD Only) and Rear Axle. See your dealer.
Hydraulic Brake System DOT 4 Hydraulic Brake Fluid.
Lock Cylinders, Hood Hinges, Body Door Hinge Pins, Power Assist Steps, Liftgate Hinges, and Fuel Door Hinge Multi-Purpose Lubricant, Superlube. See your dealer.
Transfer Case (4WD Only) See your dealer.
Weatherstrip Conditioning Weatherstrip lubricant. See your dealer.
Windshield Washer Automotive windshield washer fluid that meets regional freeze protection requirements.

Maintenance Replacement Parts
Replacement parts identified below by name, part number, or specification can be obtained from your dealer. If the vehicle has a diesel engine, see the Duramax diesel supplement.

Part GM Part Number ACDelco Part Number
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
With high-capacity air cleaner 84121219 A3244C
Without high-capacity air cleaner 84121217 A3246C
Engine Oil Filter 12707246 PF63
Passenger Compartment Air Filter 13540923 CF206C
Spark Plugs 12622441 41-114
Wiper Blades
Driver Side – 55 cm (22 in) 84278338
Passenger Side – 55 cm (22 in) 84278338
Rear– 30 cm (12 in) 84215609

Maintenance Records

After the scheduled services are performed, record the date, odometer reading, who performed the service, and the type of services performed in the boxes provided. Retain all maintenance receipts.

Date Odometer Reading Serviced By Services Performed
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

 

FAQs

What is the recommended oil change interval for the 2024 GMC Yukon?

The recommended oil change interval for the 2024 GMC Yukon is typically every 7,500 miles or every six months, whichever comes first.

How often should I replace the engine air filter in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

It’s generally advised to replace the engine air filter in the 2024 GMC Yukon every 30,000 miles.

When should I check and replace the cabin air filter in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

The cabin air filter in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected every 15,000 miles and replaced if it appears dirty or clogged.

What is the recommended tyre rotation interval for the 2024 GMC Yukon?

It’s recommended to rotate the tyres of the 2024 GMC Yukon every 7,500 miles to ensure even tread wear and maximize tyre life.

When should I check and replace the brake pads in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

Brake pads on the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected during regular maintenance intervals, typically every 20,000 miles, and replaced if they are worn beyond safe limits.

What is the recommended coolant change interval for the 2024 GMC Yukon?

The coolant in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be changed approximately every five years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first, to maintain proper engine cooling performance.

How often should I inspect and replace the transmission fluid in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

Transmission fluid in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected regularly, and it’s recommended to replace it every 60,000 miles or as indicated by the vehicle’s maintenance schedule.

When should I check and replace the fuel filter in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

The fuel filter in the 2024 GMC Yukon is typically located inside the fuel tank and is designed to last the lifetime of the vehicle, so it doesn’t usually require routine replacement unless a problem arises.

What is the recommended interval for inspecting and replacing the drive belts in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

Drive belts in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected regularly for signs of wear and replaced as needed, typically every 60,000 miles or as indicated by your vehicle’s maintenance schedule.

How often should I check the battery in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

It’s recommended to have the battery in the 2024 GMC Yukon inspected annually, including checking the terminals and connections for corrosion, and replacing it if it shows signs of deterioration or fails to hold a charge.

When should I inspect and replace the windshield wiper blades in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

Windshield wiper blades on the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected every six months and replaced if they show signs of wear or deterioration to ensure optimal visibility during inclement weather.

What is the recommended interval for inspecting and replacing the timing belt in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

The 2024 GMC Yukon typically uses a timing chain rather than a timing belt, which is designed to last the lifetime of the engine and doesn’t require routine replacement under normal operating conditions.

How often should I check the power steering fluid in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

The power steering fluid level in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be checked regularly, and if it appears low, it should be topped up with the recommended fluid to ensure proper steering performance.

When should I inspect and replace the brake fluid in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

The brake fluid in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected during regular maintenance intervals and replaced approximately every two years or as indicated by your vehicle’s maintenance schedule to maintain proper braking performance.

What is the recommended interval for inspecting and replacing the differential fluid in my 2024 GMC Yukon?

The differential fluid in the 2024 GMC Yukon should be inspected and replaced as needed during regular maintenance intervals, typically every 30,000 to 60,000 miles, depending on driving conditions and usage.

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