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Manual or automatic transmission ? Transmission range sensor switch , or you may call it park neutral safety switch . Next time it happens try putting into neutral .

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Aug 02, 2017


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2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Aug 19, 2016


I hope this procedure works for your vehicle. Put your key into ignition, turn ignition to ON, and press your gas pedal to the floor three times. I think this is the standard way on General Motors vehicles. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Nov 22, 2014


There is a fault in the system l;ike the motor is burned out or the contacts are burnt in the position sensor of the transmifer case.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Apr 02, 2014


it could be your fuel pump or maybe your batter is going? A few month a goes i had to struggle with my car to start it would take a while to turn over with me pushing on the gas to keep it alive until it turned over and it happened to just be the battery.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Apr 02, 2014


id check your caliper to see if the piston is compressing all the way if not check your fluid it should be clean not brown or if you have been through large amounts of water if it has gotten into the brake system and check your bleeder valve to check if it has rotted or come lose or if you have a break in the lines or air, most likely your caliper is failing to compress.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Nov 15, 2013


could be several things - serpentine belt is going bad , tensioner pulley going bad, alternator going bad.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Oct 22, 2013


the c0899 is a low battery voltage and the u1064 means communication is lost with the bBody Control Module. The u1026 is also a communication problem and the p0449 is an emissions problem, around the venting of the fuel tank. Sounds like several different unrelated problems.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Oct 22, 2013


if I say possible servo booster is faulty,surely you will feel it on the brake pedal ( stiff ),or the engine running would be erratic.the other alternative situation is the pipe( hose ) which is connected with inlet manifold and servo booster and inside has the check valve probably is faulty. Test : off engine,pump brake pedal several times till gets stiff. Keeping your foot on brake pedal start the engine and if your servo works fine then the pedal goes a bit down,if not will not move at all. If the engine is running erraticly then with engine off, remove the pipe connecting manifold and servo block the pipe you remove from servo side,block it and start the engine,If engine run fine,then you must confirm whether is the servo or the check valve hose. For the check valve hose how to check,just put in your mouth the servo side pipe and blow into,if the air goes in the engine means that the check valve is broken and you must renew the pipe with check valve,if on blowing into will not allow air to get through,means is ok and the servo is the fault. Good luck.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Jan 03, 2013


You would need to have someone scan the body computer for trouble codes. The warning light is telling you there is a problem with the system.

2007 GMC Canyon... | Answered on Sep 25, 2012

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