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jim - 1993 Chevrolet Blazer - Body & Interior - 7/31/2010the fan goes through all the speeds and the blower sounds real strong,but very little aircoming through
7/31/2010 HouseCallAutoProbably a bad Heater Ventilation Air Conditioner (HVAC) Control Head. Not a sure thing but probability is high.
No airflow through instrument panel vents. Found mode motor not closing door all the way.
Tests/Procedures: Check Wht (119) for varying voltage at different modes, 10-11v on vent, 5-6v on heater, 0-1v on defrost.
Potential Causes: Control Head
elmira morales - 1991 Chevrolet S10 - Body & Interior - 7/31/2010what location carry's the back rear window for this truck?
deborah - 2000 Chevrolet Tracker - Body & Interior - 7/31/2010I have already checked the fuses
7/31/2010 HouseCallAutoIt is either the horn itself, the horn relay or the horn pad / switch that is faulty. Check for 12 volts with a test lamp at the wire that attaches to the horn, it should get 12 volts when you press the horn pad.. If no light check the horn relay to see if it clicks when you press the horn. If no clicks from relay the horn pad is usually the cause.
AutoMD Member - 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier - Body & Interior - 7/30/2010
02Subowner - 2002 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 - Body & Interior - 7/30/2010The left side mirror and its heater work fine.
7/30/2010 BlackwaterNice big engine you got right there
You have to replace the mirror, the same thing happened to me, first the right mirror then after a couple of weeks, the left was heater-less.
This is the link from Autopartswarehouse.com
There are several heated mirrors, there manualfolding heated, power adjustment heated. Please check the description carefully.
graydon choinski - 1993 Chevrolet Astro - Body & Interior - 7/30/2010
HAROLD - 2000 Chevrolet Corvette - Body & Interior - 7/29/2010ALL LT. BULBS AND DASH LTS WORK WHEN KEY FOB LOCK BUTTON IS PUSHED. ALL FUSES GOOD. TURN SIGNALS WORK. CHK ENGINE LT ON. FIND NO BROKEN OR SHORTED WIRES. ANY IDEAS OF WHAT'S CAUSING LACK OF WORKING LIGHTS?
emkency - 2003 Chevrolet Corvette - Body & Interior - 7/29/2010My instrament panel on the driver's door does not work. the window will not roll down nor will the door lock button work.
Dave - 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - Body & Interior - 7/29/2010
Topmodelzzz - 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier - Body & Interior - 7/29/2010
Using a screw driver, remove all plastic fasteners holding the shield of the headlight assembly. Using a 13 mm. socket remove the bolts on the top of the headlight assembly. Remove the assembly by pulling them up out of the vehicle. Remove the bulb by turning it counterclockwise, and install the new headlight bulb.
To guide you more about the parts, owner's manual is needed. Be careful not to hold the bulb with your hand, moisture will form into the bulb and it turn to damage.
Alan - 1996 Chevrolet Blazer - Body & Interior - 7/28/2010
I have diagrams for this one, if you post your email i can send it to you
For the Vent Valve:
1. Raise the vehicle
2. Disconnect thw Vent Valve electrical connector and vacuum hose
3. The tang on the bracket will need to be bent back to remove the valve
1. Install the vent valve on the bracket, vent line to vent valve, vent valve electrical connector
2. lower your vehicle
For the Purge Valve
Oh, one important note, check the EVAP canister for loose carbon before returning the vehicle for service, The EVAP canister may have released carbon particles which cause this part to fail and may cause damage to other components.
1. Disconnect the following:
EVAP tube from the purge solenoid
EVAP purge solenoid electrical connector
EVAP purge solenoid mounting nuts
Harness bracket from stud
EVAP purge solenoid from intake manifold
Connect the following
EVAP cannister purge solenoid on intake manifold
Harness bracket on stud, tighten the nuts to 106 in/lbs
EVAP purge solenoid elec. connector
EVAP tube to the purge solenoid
stevekoster - 2003 Chevrolet SSR - Body & Interior - 7/28/2010
That's a cute truck by the way, that part you are looking for is a hard find, one of my friends experienced the same problem, luckily we found this site. No luck in the scrap yard. No i don't know where you stay so i'm not sure if the locations i gave you are feasible.
Here are some links:
NEJJDT - 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier - Body & Interior - 7/28/2010CHECKED FUSE, AND REPLACED HORN
Start by testing the horn itself. Run a jumper wire to the power connector on the horn, and to the positive battery terminal. When you touch the battery terminal, the horn should sound. If it does not, replace the horn.
If the horn is good, the problem is either in the switch in the steering wheel, or in the horn relay
harryhyde - 1996 Chevrolet S10 - Body & Interior - 7/28/2010
1. Disconnect the ground cable from the negative battery terminal by loosening the retaining bolt and pulling the clamp off the negative terminal. Secure the ground cable so it cannot accidentally contact the terminal.
2. Remove the heater control trim panel, by carefully prying it out with a flat-head screwdriver. Be careful not to damage it. It will be the trim panel around the heater controls.
3. Pull out the screws that secure the heater control assembly to the dash, and carefully pull the assembly forward.
4. Remove the blower switch control knob.
5. Detach the electrical connector from the back of the switch, using your hand to depress the retaining tab and pulling the connector off the switch.
6. Pull out the screws that connect the heater fan switch to the heater control assembly.
7. Remove the heater fan switch from the heater control assembly.
1. Install the new heater fan switch into the heater control assembly, by sliding it into position. Then reinstall the screws.
2. Connect the electrical connector to the back of the heater fan switch.
3. Press the control knob onto the heater fan switch by hand.
4. Carefully slide the heater control assembly back into the dash. Reinstall the screws that secure it.
5. Lift the heater control trim panel into position and carefully press it into the dash.
wiliamsn - 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer - Body & Interior - 7/28/2010Air conditioning and heat work in front seats of vehicle