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  • john p
    john p - 2005 Chevrolet Impala - Body & Interior - 9/1/2010
    Intermittent no crank nostart condition told it problem with body control module wireing? any answers?
    been on chev computer 2 times thier answer;drive it till wont start at all then replace bcm!
     
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  • Autumncg
    Autumncg - 2001 Chevrolet Blazer - Body & Interior - 9/1/2010
    Rear window will not open. Bottom 1/2 is a tailgate. Hear the electronic unlock mechanism engage,yet window wont open!
    I looked into the fuses and the relays in the relay center under the hood. Replaced the relay that listed as a window lock/latch, with a new relay. Still, the window does not unlock. I went into the back of the Blazer, and I can feel the latch securely locked, ...
     
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  • tom
    tom - 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer - Body & Interior - 9/1/2010
    Replace third break light cowl on rear hatch
    cowl covers top of rear hatch containing third break light how do I order this under what name can it be done at home or do I need dealer to install
     
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  • Steve
    Steve - 1988 Chevrolet Celebrity - Body & Interior - 9/1/2010
    Horn usually ok, sometimes only a quick,short beep. Today while driving, on its own started intermittent, then full on.
    Well maintained, 142220 miles. Horn problem happens stopped or while driving. Wire and ground connections below button/pad look good. I've removed wheel, wheel lock plate and horn contact ring and contacts. All looks good, some lube left, not dry or sticky. Can ...
     
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  • elbecerro_1
    elbecerro_1 - 1984 Chevrolet G20 - Body & Interior - 8/31/2010
    My horn stopped working how can I fix it?
     
    • Voltes V
      8/31/2010 Voltes V
      There are a handful of reasons why your horn stopped working, the smart thing to do here is troubleshoot it first.

      Check the circuit's fuse if the horn is not working at all. If the fuse is blown, replace it and test the horn again. If the fuse is OK, go to the next step.

      Open the hood of your vehicle, and ask an assistant to press the horn button on the steering wheel while you listen for a possible weak sound coming from the horn. Sometimes, the sound is so weak you won’t be able to hear it. Touch the horn with your hand, and try to feel a vibration while the horn is activated. If you hear sound, go to the next step. If not, go to Step 4.

      Locate the adjustment screw on the horn and adjust it using a standard or Phillips screwdriver. If the horn still does not work, go to the next step.

      Connect a jumper wire to a good ground on the vehicle, and ask an assistant to press the horn button while you bring the other end of the jumper wire in contact with the horn. If the horn works, fix its ground connection, making sure the horn makes good contact with the vehicle’s chassis.

      Detach the horn from the vehicle, and connect it directly to battery power using jumper wires. If the horn fails to work, replace it. If it does work there, go to the next step.

      Reinstall the horn to its circuit, and check for voltage at the horn with a voltmeter, connecting the red probe to the horn’s terminal and the black one to the horn’s body. Ask an assistant to depress the horn button at the steering wheel. If the horn is receiving voltage, replace the horn. If there is no voltage, go to the next step.

      Check for continuity at the wire running from the horn to its relay. If there is no continuity, the wire has an open. Fix it, and test again. If there is continuity, go to the next step.

      Check the horn relay, and make sure it is working properly. Test for voltage at the relay’s power-and-control circuit with a voltmeter while an assistant operates the horn button at the steering wheel. If the relay is not working properly, replace it and test it again. If there is no voltage reaching the relay, go to the next step.

      Inspect the wire going from the horn relay to the fuse panel. If you find an open or short, fix it and test again. If the wiring is OK, go to the next step.

      Ask an assistant to press the horn button at the steering wheel while you check for continuity at the wire running from the relay to the horn button and ground. If there is an open in the wire, fix it and test it again. If you don’t find the open in the wiring, replace the horn button.
      Voltes V
      9/2/2010 elbecerro_1
      Thank you for your response to my question. Where will I get the voltmeter from?
  • Margie
    Margie - 2006 Chevrolet Malibu - Body & Interior - 8/31/2010
    What is wrong when the box that displays the oil change, trip a 7b temp, does not work, and the radio stoped workin?
    We were driving one day the radio stopped working and the digital screen that shows the oil change, trip a 7b temp went blank. When we stopped and turned the car off the radio was still making a popping noise. The digital box is still blank. So we took the fuse out. ...
     
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  • robertrosalesitx
    robertrosalesitx - 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - Body & Interior - 8/31/2010
    Why do I keep hearing a ping ping ping noise when im driving past 15mph? its like the door is open but its not.
     
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  • davidg
    davidg - 1980 Chevrolet Corvette - Body & Interior - 8/30/2010
    Cant find why low beams do not work
    low beam headlights not working
     
    • 1998taurus
      8/30/2010 1998taurus
      Possible hat the mult-funcion switch that toggles lights between high and low is worn and needs replacement.
  • Joe
    Joe - 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer - Body & Interior - 8/30/2010
    I am looking for the cover for the door handle this is behind the driver's side.
     
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  • DWAYNE
    DWAYNE - 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier - Body & Interior - 8/29/2010
    Speedodmeter does not work while the rest of the instrument cluster does work
    had speed sensor replaced still does not work
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      8/29/2010 HouseCallAuto
      The Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) needs to be replaced. There is no recall on it but Chevrolet may replace it for you for a very reduced price on a good will campaign. Call th local GM dealer.
  • Dylan
    Dylan - 1984 Chevrolet Camaro - Body & Interior - 8/29/2010
    How do you install the air dam?
    I was given the car but there was no air dam and I was told that could cause the car to overheat. I purchased a used one with no idea how to install.
     
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  • BigWindMan
    BigWindMan - 1996 Chevrolet C1500 Suburban - Body & Interior - 8/29/2010
    Power door locks sometimes work and sometimes don't work. How to diagnose problem?
     
    • DOREEN
      8/29/2010 DOREEN
      The actuator could be going bad. The door panel would probably have to be removed and the motor inside replaced. (Just guessing)
  • lfsant4x
    lfsant4x - 1995 Chevrolet S10 - Body & Interior - 8/29/2010
    Washer not squirting fluid
     
    • DOREEN
      8/29/2010 DOREEN
      The lines that carry the fluid to the windshield could be clogged or maybe even broken. Sometimes, in cold climates, the fluid can freeze.
  • Clint's S10
    Clint's S10 - 1998 Chevrolet S10 - Body & Interior - 8/28/2010
    Why does not my winshield wiper blades not turn on when I turn the wiper blade switch on?
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      8/27/2010 HouseCallAuto
      Check the fuse first of course. Beyond the fuse, the wiper module may have failed (the wiper motor cover has a circuit board within it).
      HouseCallAuto
      8/28/2010 Clint's S10
      I checked the fuse box and the wiper fuse was good but had vibrated loose. I sprayed the fuse holder with electrical Contact cleaner and reincerted the fuse into the fuse box. I turned the Wiper switch on and they wipers worked. Also I sprayed the Contact Cleaner onto the switch ring surface and turned the ring clockwise from long delay to no delay and swich clean for an extra precation.
      Thank ;you for saving me from wiper failure in the torentiial rainfall we had a day later.
    • darkmind
      8/27/2010 darkmind
      Did you already check the condition of your wiper motor relay?
      darkmind
      8/28/2010 Clint's S10
      HouseCallAuto saved me from opening the motor relay and insoecting the circuit board inside. The problem was a loose fuse connection in the fuse box. Electrical Contact cleaner was sprayed on the fuse surface and iinside the fuse hiolder before I reinserted the good fuse again. The wiper switch was also clleaned with contact cleaner before turning the wipers on. The wipers work again.
      Thank you for your answer. I now pack the Electrical Contact cleaner with the rest of my spare fuses.
    • Clint's S10
      8/28/2010 Clint's S10
      HouseCallAuto saved me from opening the motor relay and insoecting the circuit board inside. The problem was a loose fuse connection in the fuse box. Electrical Contact cleaner was sprayed on the fuse surface and iinside the fuse hiolder before I reinserted the good fuse again. The wiper switch was also clleaned with contact cleaner before turning the wipers on. The wipers work again.
  • pvb
    pvb - 1998 Chevrolet Prizm - Body & Interior - 8/28/2010
    No instrument panel lights
     
    • MORRIS
      8/28/2010 MORRIS
      HAVE YOU CHECKED ALL THE FUSES?? IF THE FUSES ARE GOOD THEN THE PROBLEM LIES IN THE HEAD LIGHT SWITCH ITSELF REPLACE THE HEAD LIGHT SWITCH AND I BET THEY WILL WORK