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Your car's fob can't be programmed like that .
Transmitter Programming
Important: Up to 4 transmitters can be programmed. Do not operate or program the transmitters in the vicinity of other vehicles that are in the keyless entry program mode. This prevents the programming of the transmitters to the incorrect vehicle. The order in which the transmitters are programmed is important. The first transmitter programmed will be transmitter #1, and the second transmitter programmed will be transmitter #2. Use care to program the transmitters correctly.
Important: All key fobs must be programmed each time any one fob is programmed. The scan tool must stay connected until all of the transmitters are programmed.
Install a scan tool and navigate to the BCM Module Setup menu.
Select Program Key Fobs.
Follow the scan tool on-screen directions.
When the programming operations have completed, operate the transmitter functions to verify correct system operation.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jan 13, 2019


check security system have you used different key or are you trying to use a old key that hasn't been used for long time.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Feb 03, 2018


Could be something stuck in the vent. Check the vent passage way for a blockage. I wouldn't spend that kind of money if everything works good except the one vent. There has to be something blocking the air from coming out of the vent

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Dec 17, 2017


CHECK for loose wires, battery cable is clean, install a new starter.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Sep 18, 2017


Do you know how to test electrical circuits ? Look at a wiring diagram an check power and grounds . Do you have a volt meter ? You can buy them cheap enough at a parts store . Here is a web site for free wiring diagrams http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Enter your vehicle info. - Year , make , model and engine . Under system click on HVAC then under subsystem HVAC controls . Click the search button then the blue links one at a time . Looking at the first diagram do you see the IGN3 HVAC relay #59 located in the under hood fuse / relay box ? That's where the B+ power start's ,then blower fuse # 41 30 amp. check For B+ power on the brown wire at the blower motor you should see B+ voltage on the Orange wire as well with the blower switch in the off position .Do you see how the syatem works ,get's ground through the switch .Videos on youtube on basic automotive electrical testing . check them out ,how to use a volt meter . Learn to test an not guess

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Aug 26, 2017


No , if your blowing a fuse it is the result of a short to ground on the electrical circuit , wiring ! Do you know how to do automotive electrical trouble shooting ? Using a volt meter ? Do you know what a wiring diagrams is ? How to read one.
Basic Electricity for Service Techs Ohm law Current Flow Opens Shorts
Free wiring diagrams here
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter vehicle info. under system click on lighting , subsystem click stop lamps . Then click the search button , then the blue link. Use the wiring diagram to pin point testing locations in the circuits . Check out videos on youtube on finding a short .
how to find electrical short on most any car or truck
Finding The Source Of Electrical Shorts In Your Car


2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jun 23, 2017


hello,
first thing to do is open the radiator cap (when cold) if you have one, other wise look in the recovery bottle and make sure that it is half full of coolant. if full, start the engine and let the engine warm up to normal temp the heater on and on max temp and max fan control. watch the temp gauge and make sure the temp goes to the normal operating area and does not overheat the engine. if temp is ok and you have heat that is hot as normal then everything is ok.if no heat and temp is to high then thermostat maybe bad? if engine temp is ok and no heat then you may have blockage in the heater core and or hoses

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Feb 12, 2016


hello,
yes it is replaceable, it should be under the dash lower panel, but the fast blinking sounds like a bulb is not working or a bad connection, if you replace the flasher the you may want to make sure that you have the electronic version as they are more reliable. and the other thing is to make sure that you have a good ground in your wiring and that all the connections are dry, tight, and installed properly by color code

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Feb 12, 2016


hello,
It sounds like it's not locking the converter in or the button is in tow mode. if the button or the switch is bad it may also give you this same condition, button could be in the end of the shifter or in the dash depending on model. good luck, hope this helps.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Feb 12, 2016


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Sep 8, 2007 - 11 posts - ‎8 authors
On my Trailblazer I have a code P0014 . this says Camshaft Position Actuator B ... If the desired and actual cam phase angle error exceeds its ... This diagnostic procedure supports the following DTC: ... replace the camshaft actuator solenoid, change the engine oil and filter, ... 2004 Chevy TrailBlazer LT P0014 - Camshaft Position Actuator Solenoid "Relearn"
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Tech Code "dtc P0014" 2003 Trailblazer - posted in Chevy ... it had been serviced before for the same thing in 2003 or 2004! ... replace the camshaft actuator solenoid, change the engine oil and .... The extended war. co. prob. would not be to happy since they already fixed the sensor once or twice already.

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2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jan 12, 2016


Could be you did not get an answer because your "Post name" looks like you're just kidding around. Seriously? I would not think it is timing.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jan 12, 2016


Gas?
Fuel injection?
Probable sensor problem.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jan 12, 2016


Need either new timing chain or the hydrolic tensoners for the timing chain are bad

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jan 08, 2016


If your engine light is flashing it means random misfire

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Jan 08, 2016


It might not be in OD. Next time turn it off to see. If you can. Have the codes read. Check the air intake plenum. Make sure it is secure. MAF codes and loose plenums can keep the transmission out of OD.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Dec 25, 2015


The steering wheel lock is simply a physical lock that engages and disengages when you remove the key and turn the wheel. It has nothing to do with the electronic portion of the passkey system.. The transducer reads the chip in the key and sends the proper code to the vehicles pcm/bcm to start the car. The car is still electronically protected from someone trying to hot wire or start your car with the improper key. The steering lock is an additional level of security for the vehicle.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on Aug 05, 2015


Both park lamps should be powered by the same wire, so follow wire from non-working light until you find a break or bad connector.

2004 GMC Canyon | Answered on May 05, 2015

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