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Where can you find top-quality replacement batteries for your GMC Yukon Denali? Shop Batteries Plus, where you'll find both primary and auxiliary batteries from brands you trust, including Duracell, Optima and X2Power. Plus, we have more than just car & truck batteries. Do you need a new set of headlight bulbs, wiper blades or a battery charger? You'll find all of that and more in our Auto Center. Shop in-store at a location near you, or online.
Are you having issues with your Denali's battery? Bring your GMC Yukon to your nearest Batteries Plus and have your battery tested for free . We also offer free installation with the purchase of a new auto battery (valid at participating locations on most vehicle makes and models). Need a spare key or a new key fob? Take advantage of our quick, convenient key fob replacement service (available at participating locations only).
Before replacing your Yukon Denali's battery, be sure to look up the correct group battery size in your owner's manual or online. You should also look up the correct CCA rating for your Yukon. CCAs (Cold Cranking Amps) tell you how well your battery will perform once the temperature reaches 0℉. You can buy a battery with a higher CCA rating than your vehicle requires, but do not purchase a battery with a lower CCA rating.
There are two types of auto batteries available: flooded and AGM . Flooded batteries are initially more affordable, but have shorter lifespans. AGM batteries provide more power, which makes them more reliable in extreme weather conditions. An AGM battery is also designed to recharge faster and last longer. Because of this, users often save money in the long run with an AGM battery.
You can find out what type of battery you have in your Yukon Denali by looking at the manufacturer's label. If the label is difficult to read, the experts at your nearest Batteries Plus can help you determine what type of battery you have.
Some vehicles require an AGM battery. If your Yukon Denali came from the factory with an AGM battery installed, you must replace it with another AGM battery. If your Yukon Denali came with a flooded battery, you can replace it with another flooded battery, or upgrade it to an AGM battery.
The battery in your GMC Yukon Denali should have an average life of 3 to 5 years. The actual lifespan of your battery depends on the climate where you live, the battery type you have, and your overall driving habits. Read our blog "6 Things That Can Drain Your Car Battery " for helpful tips on how to extend your battery's life.
When shopping for a new Yukon Denali battery, be sure to look up the correct group battery size and CCA rating in your owner's manual. You'll also need to know if your vehicle requires an AGM battery. If so, be sure to replace it with another AGM battery. Failure to do so will result in engine damage.
Your GMC Yukon Denali has 2 batteries, a starting battery and an auxiliary battery. The auxiliary battery runs as a backup for the starting battery and helps to provide power to start/stop systems and other onboard technology. The starting battery, of course, is responsible for starting your engine.