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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 GMC Canyon
In today’s world where it seems as if carmakers are determined to deliver only the largest vehicles possible, the 2012 GMC Canyon offers a compact pickup that holds its own. From a 4-cylinder...

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Blows smoke tailpipe startup
Hello there, thank for writing in about your 2005 GMC Canyon. This is a common problem as vehicles age and go up in mileage. The fault determines what color the smoke is and how it looks. If the smoke is...
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A/C light turns on
Hello there, thanks for writing in about your 2016 GMC Canyon. When the Air Conditioning Light is on like this, it is indicating that there is some fault in the system. When this occurs, it could be anything from a...
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Left rear turn signal
Hello there, the turn signal bulb can fail to work for a variety of reasons. The most common issues would be the bulb, turn signal stalk, bulb socket, or the turn signal assembly. A qualified Technician such as one form...
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Antitheft system stays off
Hello there, when the anti-theft system engages it can prevent the vehicle from running properly or starting at all. This can be from a variety of issues but the most common would be a security module failure or a wiring...
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Bleed fuel rail pressure
Hello there, A few different faults can cause the vehicle to not start. The most common would be the battery, starter, battery cable, fuel pump, fuel filter, ignition switch wiring fault. A qualified technician such as one from YourMechanic will...
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My service light says service temp. What do I need to look for?
Hi there. A low coolant level can illuminate the service light and create the heating and AC problem you have described. Check the coolant level while the engine is cold and top it off as necessary. Also, look around the...
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whining/grinding under truck as well as intense vibration throughout whole truck when driving over 80km/h
Hi there. It does sound like failing U-joints. They may simply be worn out due to age/mileage or have run out of lubrication and are now damaged. The driveshaft shouldn't be damaged from worn joints, but if they fail completely...

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