2009 GMC Canyon Owners Manual PDF | Page 88

Battery Replacement
Notice: When replacing the battery, do not touch
any of the circuitry on the transmitter. Static
from your body could damage the transmitter.
To replace the battery:
1. Separate the transmitter with a ?at, thin object
inserted in the slot between the covers of the
transmitter housing.
2. Remove the old battery. Do not use a metal object.
3. Insert the new battery. Replace with a CR2032
or equivalent battery.
4. Put the transmitter back together.
Doors and Locks
Door Locks
{ CAUTION:
Unlocked doors can be dangerous.
? Passengers, especially children, can easily
open the doors and fall out of a moving
vehicle. When a door is locked, the handle
will not open it. You increase the chance of
being thrown out of the vehicle in a crash if
the doors are not locked. So, wear safety
belts properly and lock the doors whenever
you drive.
? Young children who get into unlocked vehicles
may be unable to get out. A child can be
overcome by extreme heat and can suffer
permanent injuries or even death from heat
stroke. Always lock your vehicle whenever
you leave it.
? Outsiders can easily enter through an
unlocked door when you slow down or stop
your vehicle. Locking your doors can help
prevent this from happening.
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2009 GMC Canyon Owners Manual Summary of Content

Battery ReplacementNotice: When replacing the battery, do not touchany of the circuitry on the transmitter. Staticfrom your body could damage the transmitter.To replace the battery:1. Separate the transmitter with a at, thin objectinserted in the slot between the covers of thetransmitter housing.2. Remove the old battery. Do not use a metal object.3. Insert the new battery. Replace with a CR2032or equivalent battery.4. Put the transmitter back together.Doors and LocksDoor Locks{ CAUTION:Unlocked doors can be dangerous. Passengers, especially children, can easilyopen the doors and fall out of a movingvehicle. When a door is locked, the handlewill not open it. You increase the chance ofbeing thrown out of the vehicle in a crash ifthe doors are not locked. So, wear safetybelts properly and lock the doors wheneveryou drive. Young children who get into unlocked vehiclesmay be unable to get out. A child can beovercome by extreme heat and can sufferpermanent injuries or even death from heatstroke. Always lock your vehicle wheneveryou leave it. Outsiders can easily enter through anunlocked door when you slow down or stopyour vehicle. Locking your doors can helpprevent this from happening.2-6