Question about 2010 GMC Canyon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2007 GMC Canyon
they have so many electrical component there nothing wrong with it manly all car today that dont run daily do that park a mercedes for 2 weeks the same will hapen bmw ect charge our battery and drive it thanks for using fixya pierre
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
SOURCE: Fan blower motor
The Canyon has an inherint problem with the Fan Power cable being loose. When I say loose...I'm saying that you need to adjust the wires and then take a zip strip to tighten it up.
Passenger side under the dask are 2 cable hook ups. the one on the farthest right (Only 2 wires going to the plug) is the fan power cable. Jiggle it while the fan is on position number3 so you can hear when it comes on!!!
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Lift your GMC Canyon using a jack and set the truck on jack stands. If you don't have jack stands then use a set of wheel ramps. Make sure you brace the front tires so the truck doesn't roll. (safety first) Pop the hood and take off the oil filler cap and remove the dipstick. Gather an oil drip pan, cleaning cloths, new oil filter, and adjustable crescent wrench and then slide under the truck. Locate the oil drain plug and filter. Loosen and then remove the oil plug and pull it out quickly. Let the used oil drain for 10 to 15 minutes into the drip pan. Take off the filter using an oil filter wrench. Check the gasket and threads for damage and dump the extra oil into the drip pan. Clean off any excess oil and replace with new oil filter. Put the oil drain plug back in (tighten it) and slide out from underneath your truck. Add new oil (approx 5 quarts) inside the oil filler hole and replace the dipstick and then tighten the oil cap. Lower your truck and start the engine for a minute so that oil pressure builds up. After you are done with the oil change, turn the ignition key to "run" and then hit the gas pedal three times to reset the oil change light.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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.
Posted on Feb 01, 2012
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