2005 GMC Canyon Specifications?

Answer The GMC Canyon pickup truck was introduced in 2004 to replace the GMC Sonoma compact truck. The Canyon is still produced today and offers plenty of interior room and exterior cargo space. In its so... Read More »

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How to Change Rotors on a 2005 GMC Canyon?

The GMC Canyon (as well as the Chevrolet Colorado) come equipped with ABS disc brakes. The braking system is comprised of brake pads and rotors, all powered by brake fluid forced through the brake... Read More »

My 2005 GMC Canyon Won't Start?

The Canyon is a mid-size pickup truck from GMC, and is the sister truck to the Chevrolet Colorado. The first line of Canyons were manufactured starting with the 2004 model year, and comes both in f... Read More »

How to Replace Blinker Bulbs in a 2005 GMC Canyon?

Blinker bulbs are an important part of your GMC Canyon's outside lighting system. They are often referred to as turn-signal bulbs, or simply signal lights. Your Canyon has four blinker bulbs: two i... Read More »

How to Turn Off Change Oil Light on 2005 GMC Canyon?

The 2005 GMC Canyon has an engine oil life system. Its purpose is to remind you when your Canyon is due for an oil change. You may have noticed the "Change Oil" light does not turn off after an oil... Read More »