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Brakes canyon 2005

I need a brake diagram for my canyon 2005 think i might have put adjuster in wrong rear seem to jump when braking not all the time or stop short n skids some time any thoughts and i have a check engine light code is p409 it is a gas recirculation sensor A} anybody know where i find this sensor any help is appreciated thank you tony

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  • mackman22 Aug 24, 2008

    help

  • mackman22 Aug 25, 2008

    thank you will try that

  • mackman22 Aug 25, 2008

    do you know where i can get this sensor besides dealer cant seem to find it anywhere like a pic make sure im grabing the right one thanks

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You might have the brake shoes adjusted out too much, back them off a little bit and far as the sensor goes, its located on the fuel rail where the injectors are.

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