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Reduce power my gmc canyon 2008 2.9

Reduce power codes po171 and po2430

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SOURCE: replace passenger side mirror, power

Open the door. Look for a cheap piece of plastic near where the mirror is located. Carefully pry the plastic off. There are 3 bolts. There is a wire harness connector. Unbolt the mirror and unclip the harness. Installation is reverse of removal. Easy job.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: im having a p1133 po171 po300 po175 on gmc envoy 5.3L what could be the problem

Intake manifold gasket leaking.Replace the intake manifold gaskets.

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SOURCE: Rear Main Oil Seal leak 2008 GMC Canyon

I think this is for an oil level sensor. Should be easy to change , or a shop can do it for a nominal charge. The dealerships will want more.

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SOURCE: My GMC canyon truck 2006 is running very rough. I did a diagnostic test at the part store, and the codes P0300, P0017, P0068, came up. The dash control panel says reduced power.

Code 300 is for a random miss, code 17 is for a problem with the timing between the cam and crank sensors, and code 68 is a problem between where the throttle position sensor is and the amount of air coming into the throttle body.
You may need to research the trouble codes to get the testing procedures. You may also need a scanner to do the tests.

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SOURCE: 2006 Canyon showing starts and shows REDUCE POWER

Are you ready? Check your gas cap. Or You may have not tightened your filler hose and it is allowing air in. If the tank was dropped, then the filler was removed and reinstalled. Check all connections.

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Are you ready? Check your gas cap. Or You may have not tightened your filler hose and it is allowing air in. If the tank was dropped, then the filler was removed and reinstalled. Check all connections.

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My GMC canyon truck 2006 is running very rough. I did a diagnostic test at the part store, and the codes P0300, P0017, P0068, came up. The dash control panel says reduced power.


Code 300 is for a random miss, code 17 is for a problem with the timing between the cam and crank sensors, and code 68 is a problem between where the throttle position sensor is and the amount of air coming into the throttle body.
You may need to research the trouble codes to get the testing procedures. You may also need a scanner to do the tests.

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This is what is called 'limp mode', the computer detects a problem, and to avoid damage to the vehicle, limits the power, and kicks on the check engine light. Bring it to a parts store where they will plug a hand held scan tool into the truck's diagnostic port, check for codes stored in the computer, and tell you what they are, what they mean, and suggest a fix(es) for the problem. This is a free service at most stores. If you still have questions, post them and the codes here for further help.

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Replace passenger side mirror, power


Open the door. Look for a cheap piece of plastic near where the mirror is located. Carefully pry the plastic off. There are 3 bolts. There is a wire harness connector. Unbolt the mirror and unclip the harness. Installation is reverse of removal. Easy job.

Jun 10, 2009 | 2005 GMC Canyon

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