GMC Yukon XL Denali - 18026 km: Chrome Wheel Swap

The weather finally seemed stable enough for me to put on the all-season tires and 20" chrome wheels back on our 2007 GMC Yukon XL Denali. I'm glad to say that it was much less work than back in November when I switched to winter tires and swapped the wheels 10 times! (Click below for more.)

Of course, things don't always go as smoothly as I intend and this time it was trying to re-program TPMS (tire pressure monitor system). I had no problems doing that back in November, but yesterday I wasted over an hour inflating/deflating the tires numerous times and I just could not get the sensors to register. I got as far as three tires, but even doing that wasn't consistent.

At least I'm not getting any warning lights in the dash. These 20" wheels are OEM so there were originally programmed already and the system must remember the sensors. Which is good. I can look at the readings to see if all the tires are the same. Recommended tire pressure for the 20" rims is 32 PSI. Even though the tires are rotated and at different positions, it should still give me a warning if a tire is low.


  1. Please! Can someone tell me what is the best winter tire to get for my 2008 GMC Yukon? I need a tire that is good in snow and ice! THANKYOU!!!!

  2. General Grabbers... look for them on


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