2007-2013 GMC Yukon XL 1500 4-Wheel Air Suspension Conversion/Delete Kit With Camber Bolts and Light Fix Module (GC24FMCK1)
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Convert Your Air and Electronic Suspension To A Passive Coil Spring Suspension. End Your Active Suspension Problems Forever...End your air suspension woes for good with this Strutmasters 2007-2013 GMC Yukon XL 1500 4-Wheel Suspension Conversion/Delete Kit. For less than the cost of replacing one of your OEM struts, you can convert your entire Yukon to sturdy, dependable coils with a 1-year warranty. This kit features a light fix module to eliminate the suspension warning light from your dashboard. It also includes a camber bolt kit that may be needed to properly align your Yukon XL 1500 after repairing your suspension. Strutmasters always recommends getting an alignment after any suspension work.
Conversion Kit Features
- Saves Money
- All New Components
- Improved Ride
- More Reliable Than Air Suspensions
- No Modifications Required To Install
- Easy To Install
- Premium Springs
Air Suspension Conversion Kit Includes
- 2 Pre-assembled Front Coilover Strut Assemblies
- 2 Rear Springs
- 2 Passive, Premium Rear Shocks
- Light Fix Module To Eliminate the Suspension Warning Light
- Camber Bolts
- All Necessary Hardware
- Detailed Instructions
This Conversion Kit Fits2007 GMC Yukon XL 1500, 2008 GMC Yukon XL 1500, 2009 GMC Yukon XL 1500, 2010 GMC Yukon XL 1500, 2011 GMC Yukon XL 1500, 2012 GMC Yukon XL 1500, 2013 GMC Yukon XL 1500
- Given that you are replacing worn suspension components, your vehicle may sit higher after the conversion is complete.
- For the Z95 suspension package, this kit will level the front rake by approximately 2".
- IN ORDER TO REMOVE THE WARNING LIGHT FOR 2007 AND UP MODELS, YOU MUST INSTALL A 4 WHEEL KIT AND THE MODULE!
- Fits 2WD and 4WD Models (1500 Chassis).
- Fits Denali Trim Package.
The 2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 is built with the following suspension components:
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Air Shocks (x2)- The GMC Yukon features two electronically-controlled air shocks which use air bladders rather than standard coils to dampen, or even out, the ride.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Coil Springs (x4)- These coil springs work on the same principles as those found in a passive suspension. However, they are designed specifically for your Yukon's stock suspension and will need to be replaced should you decide to convert to a passive suspension.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Electronic Struts- These adjustable electronic struts are controlled by electrical charges sent by the suspension control module. They control the comfort of the ride using a gas-charged hydraulic fluid and metal particles.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Air Lines- These plastic hoses bring pressurized air generated by the compressor into the air springs. This air allows the air springs to inflate to the proper height and pressure.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Solenoids (x4)- The solenoids on your Yukon are responsible for regulating the air pressure in each of its air spring. They are connect your Yukon's electrical and mechanical components to its suspension control module. They will begin to leak as they get older, which will put an extra load on other components such as the compressor and cause them to deteriorate more quickly.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Compressor- The air used to inflate the air springs in your Yukon is generated in the compressor before being pumped into the air bags via the air lines. It is often the most difficult and expensive component in an air suspension to replace or repair.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Dryer Assembly- Moisture causes a great deal of damage to an air suspension system from the inside out, most often by freezing and cracking. To combat this, your Yukon features a mechanical dryer which removes moisture from the system. Most experienced mechanics advice that you replace this component whenever the compressor is replaced.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 Suspension Control Module- Your GMC has a special suspension computer that uses signals sent from the height sensors to determine how much each air spring needs to be lowered or raised. It then sends signals to the rest of the system to keep the vehicle at its proper ride height.
2007-2013 GMC Yukon & XL 1500 O-rings- The air suspension system in your Yukon uses rubber washers to keep the air lines sealed where they connect. Proper seals ensure that the system stays efficient and free of debris. They should be replaced whenever possible.
Suspension Failure Signs
Are you noticing the loud hum of your compressor running more and more? Is your Yukon sagging in the rear especially under load when it did not before? Sounds like you might have a leak in your air suspension system. Problems with the air and electronic suspension on your 2007-2014 Yukon or Yukon XL 1500 can quickly become costly, so if you suspect a problem you will want to get it checked ASAP before a small problem like a leak in an air line becomes a total suspension failure costing you thousands. The Yukon is known for compressor failure which may or may not be as simple as a blown fuse, so you will want to check that first. If your Yukon is unable to maintain its proper ride height it is a clear indication you have developed a leak in your air suspension system. Diagnosing a bad suspension quickly could save you thousands, however the factory suspension system is delicate and it is not unusual to continually have to replace components, especially after 80k miles. If you'e noticing any symptoms of a failure in your suspension you will want to be sure to get it repaired quickly as a failing suspension makes your vehicle unsafe to drive and could leave you stranded.
OEM Replacement Cost
- Electronic Struts ($329/Strut) +
- Rear Air Shocks ($396/Rear Shocks) +
- Coil Spring ($86/Coil Spring) +
- Compressor and Dryer Assembly ($270)
- = TOTAL: Over $1,320 (and that doesn't even include replacing electronic components that are known to fail such as the height sensors).