No start 2009 GM Canyon

Asked by May 29, 2017 at 09:44 AM about the GMC Canyon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2009 GM Canyon intermittent no crank/ start  battery fuses etc all good.wait
10 minutes and everything is fine cranks & fires right up.

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intermittent problems are the worst , you have to test when the problem occurs , starter , ignition relays ? Any good mechanic will have the same problem , they would have to do the testing when it happens , anyone can guess , buy parts and put them in . Find any electrical parts involved and tap on them see if it makes a difference , let us know what happens

People are saying it's all related to the key fob and theft deterrent systems. We'll mine is key open...no remote entry no theft system...no power locks.....and it does the same thing regularly. ...so...next?????

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