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About GMC Canyon

GMC Canyon is a compact pickup truck manufactured by General Motors since 2004. The first GMC Canyon was introduced along with its counterpart Chevrolet Colorado in 2004 to replace the GMC Sonoma and Chevrolet S10. Just like its twin, it also made a big sale success. And in 2015 and 2016, it has won the Motor Trend magazine's "Truck of the Year" award. Up to now, it has been produced through two generations.
The first generation GMC Canyon (2003-2012) went on sale as a 2004 model. It offered either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive drivetrain with standard, extended and 4-door crew cab body styles. Available engine options included 2.8 L LK5 inline 4-cylinder engine, optional 3.5 L 220 hp L52 inline 5-cylinder, facelifted 2.9 L LLV inline 4-cylinder and 3.7 L LLR inline 5-cyliner engines. And these engines were mated to 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission. On January 13, 2014, the all-new GMC Canyon was introduced at the North American International Auto Show as the second generation GMC Canyon (2014-present). It still has many engine options ranging from 2.4 L Flexpower inline 4-cylinder engine to 3.6 L 308 hp LGZ V6 engine with 275 lb of torque mated to 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual and automatic transmission.

GMC Canyon Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As a so young model, it is normal that there may be some immaturities in its design. However, it is certain as accumulation of mileage, auto parts on it will wear out and some problems will appear. According to GMC Canyon owners' experience, the most common problems are:
First of all, braking system and electrical problem. It is known to everyone how important the braking system is. Some GMC Canyon owners stated that their ABS Light was on constantly and the braking needed more time to stop the GMC Canyon. Besides, when they drove in slippery conditions such as icy or wet roads, they would experience tire slipping or loss of traction for more than a brief movement. Or the GMC Canyon would shake, misfire and be hesitant in acceleration. If these symptoms are what you are experiencing, then you had better have an inspection on your ABS sensor or wheel speed sensor and body control module.
Second one is the steering system problem. In general, GMC Canyon owners can only describe the specific feelings or phenomena as they have no professional repair knowledge. They said that they can hear clunking noises and feel excessive vibration from the front of the GMC Canyon and felt hard to control the steering wheel. Normally, steering knuckle is most vulnerable part to wear in suspension system. You can check it at first if any above situations happened.
Some parts are easy to wear under extreme driving conditions. Windshield wiper or wiper blade is one of them. Please remember to maintain them regularly.
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