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Cruise coontrol inoperative

2006 gmc canyon cruise control inoperative has had brake light recall work done

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  • gazgirl Oct 07, 2009

    stopped working right before recall work done but wasn't fixed by it already checked the fuses

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Check your fuses. If it quit working immediately after the recall work then you need to take it back and make them fix it.

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Have you had this campaign done yet?

06030: Product Safety - Brake Lamps Inoperative or Continuous Illumination

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My cruise control just quit working any suggestions? I have checked the fuse and it is O.K.


You may not have brake lights. i had this happen twice in my canyon its a switch that goes bad and its a recall so it should be free at the dealer installed and everything.

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It's in the owners manual. Cruise control will not work if your parking brake is set, or if the master cylinder brake fluid is low. That is staight out of the owners manual.


I did not, but they're a recall on the 2004-2006 Colorado trucks for this problem. I have come to find out that the brake lights are not functioning as well. The recall explains that these trucks (2004-2006) is having problems with the brake lights (sensor, switch?) that it would also cause the cruise control not to work. So hopefully I can call the dealership to make an appointment to get it fixed.

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