An Idiot's Guide to the 2007-2014 Yukon, Tahoe, Suburban, and Escalade

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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  • Hoovies Garage  1 years ago

    For headphone watchers, one section of the video is left ear only for audio. This was my last video with this horrible wireless microphone setup. I smashed it with a hammer afterwards.

  • Ben Brauer  3 months ago

    Thanks, I kept checking my right headphone to see if the battery on that side was out. Ha ha.

  • Brian D.  3 months ago

    i have a 2011 escalade esv, bought it new and the engine blew at 117k miles. very disapointed, but i love my escalade so im putting in a new motor

  • Tavarish  1 years ago

    I would pay good money to have you be the voice for my GPS.

  • THE MASTER NEZAR  1 years ago

    I thought that ur cheap Mercedes Benz CLS63 AMG that you bought for $8.900 doesn't have a GPS ..Ain't that Right Nigga ?

  • Zarif  1 years ago

    TavarishxHoovie... still waiting for it

  • HAMWI253  1 years ago

    You can buy a house for $65,000 ?, in New Jersey that won't even buy you a house in the hood.

  • Justen Stuckey  2 months ago

    Upstate Ny get yourself a house for $5k-$15k

  • Lyle G  3 months ago

    @TheFiremonkeyman Yeah, because Jersey is so freaking cool.

  • Downhill Racer  1 years ago

    Start watching at 4:14 with your eyes closed

  • Downhill Racer haha

  • jetfxr27  2 months ago

    Do yourself a favor. Replace the driver side motor mount with the one from the Police package Tahoe motor mounts. AC Delco #25847739. Much stronger

  • Barobran92  1 years ago

    Pretty sure the theres a huge difference between the infotainment systems in the 2007 and 2017....

  • Max Jackson  1 years ago

    4:44 That little kick is not the transmission, that's your motor mounts. All of the GMT900 platform SUV's with the 5.3L V8 and 6.2L V8 seem to get this issue after 70-100,000 miles or so depending on how hard its life has been. Open the hood, put her in Drive, step on the brake and give it some gas. You'll see that engine block try to hop out of there.

  • Jay Ay  1 months ago

    This is the comment I was looking for !! Thanks 🙏

  • Augustus Brown  5 months ago

    Thank You........ Spot On

  • I really like you dude.You seem a lot more down to earth than doug.

  • Oliver Hernandez  1 years ago

    I freaking hate dougs laugh and his quick speech, but i have watched almost all his videos. I always leave the video when he begins the doug score.

  • kee hala  1 years ago

    i am not the letter E bumper to bumper warranty

  • Meq Six  1 years ago

    I have a 2009 Yukon slt 5.3. It has 212,000 miles on it. Had since new and have never done anything to it but change the oil. If you want a reliable vehicle this is it

  • Brandon Ellefson  1 months ago

    Your driving a Janesville Wisconsin gm assembled plant suv the plant is almost gone

  • Cody Levinson  5 months ago

    I have a 2015 Honda Accord that needed work. Therefor, it is the worst vehicle ever made and none of them are reliable. Avoid like the plague.I have a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer with 200,000 miles and never did any work to it. That means that it is the most reliable vehicle ever made and you can expect them all to be extremely reliable and never require any repairs.Yes, that's sarcasm and meant to show that just because one owner got lucky with his particular vehicle, it does not reflect typical result...

  • Daniel28021991  1 years ago

    I love this big American SUVs.

  • Aaron Mcroodle  1 years ago

    Me too Daniel I got a 2012 Escalade about 9 months ago and before that I had a 06 Yukon Denali for 4 years. I will never own another car I just love sitting up higher and being able to see better, plus I'm much more comfortable in a truck or suv being 6'1"

  • Matthew Tyler  1 years ago

    MrCar All Look at the 11th digit in the VIN number (the assembly plant code). If it is:E: Pontiac Assembly- Pontiac, MichiganF: Flint Truck Plant- Flint, MichiganJ: Janesville Assembly- Janesville, WisconsinG: Silao Assembly- MexicoR: Arlington Assembly- Arlington, TexasZ: Fort Wayne Truck Assembly- Roanoke, Indiana1: Oshawa Truck Assembly- Canada (Silverado/Sierra until 2009)1: Wentzville Assembly- Wentzville, Missouri (only on new Colorado/Canyon/Express Vans)

  • André Ranch  1 years ago

    Honestly my favourite channel