Install the mode actuator mounting screws to the HVAC module.Tighten Tighten the screws to 1.6 N·m (14 lb in). Back to top #11 M. but, last year was barely a winter and didn't think much of it. Remove the air temperature actuator retaining screws. have a peek here
Cueva M. The fix has been documented many times, and here is one link that pretty much sums it all up! has the heat know you turn for red and blue which changes from cool to heat. Do you plan on fixing this yourself?
GM# 52474810 Edited by BigDaddyHD, 29 April 2005 - 07:49 PM. Fairly easy fix, just one difficult screw to get out. just remember 15 psi is all you must use ...with a blocked heater core the pressure would rise too high , if you used more than 15psi of water or air
The GM dealership said it must have just been a one time deal (bulls**t). If not check and back flush heater core. Install the center console. 2000 Chevy Silverado Blend Door Actuator That was a lot of detailed info for someone new to the forum.
Cueva Member 9,010 posts Location:Austin Texas Gender:Male Drives:2006 Chevrolet Silverado Posted 28 December 2007 - 10:44 AM Second post because of the number of images: Document ID# 659211 2001 Chevrolet Chevy 2004 Chevy Silverado Blend Door Actuator Replacement We don't sell/share your email. when I got home i checked the heater hoses. Looking for something lighter?
HelloCustomer you need to start by checking the heater lines going from the engine into the firewall. 2000 Silverado Blend Door Actuator Tighten Tighten the mode actuator mounting screw to 1.6 N·m (14 lb in). Reversing the heater hoses on heater core for about a week will help aid in cleaning heater core. Please take a moment & say thank you by donating $5 or whatever you can to the Center for Auto Safety.
Sjp2727 65,568 views 2:44 GMC Jimmy, S10, Blazer DIY How to Diagnose HVAC Mode Control - Vent - Defrost - Floor Selector - Duration: 7:05. click here now thanks everyone for all your input! 2004 Chevy Silverado Heater Problems How do I unclog the heater core? 2000 Chevy Silverado Heater Problems Visit SilveradoSierra.com's FAQ section Machster69 Shifting into Sixth Gear! [L3]Posts: 8415Topics: 107Images: 79Joined: Feb 16 2012, 3:03pmYears of membership: Location: Baton Rouge Year: 2010 Make/Model: GMC Sierra Extra Info: 5.3 SLE
Getting cold here, haven't had heat for three years. http://camtronics.net/chevy-silverado/2002-chevy-silverado-gauges-not-working.html Headlines List of Stickies Members FAQ Groups Ranks Our Staff Merchandise Search Photo Gallery Search Blog Search Directory Search Advertise Contact Facebook.com/SilveradoSierra Twitter.com/SilveradoSierra jQuery not supported. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. This year, nothing except maybe 5 seconds maximum of barely heat then dead cold. 2001 Chevy Silverado Blend Door Actuator
the hose to the heater looks like a plastic ring on it i tried taking it off there but wouldnt come off. yes....was wanting to try Expert: BOBBYSS replied6 years ago. I believe it has automatic heater controls. http://camtronics.net/chevy-silverado/03-silverado-heater-not-working.html Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to Cowboy Find all posts by Cowboy Join Date: Dec 2005 Posts: 18 United States December 10th, 2005, 5:22 PM #4
Sign in to add this video to a playlist. 2006 Chevy Silverado Blend Door Actuator Location Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Just making sure......Which one of these is thr actuator I am replacing?Is the actuator under dash or is in the dash?
If I have the heat setting less than max heat or greater the than the coldest setting, I can fluctuate in temperature without a problem. Back to top #4 Superman TNT Superman TNT Enthusiast Member 187 posts Posted 03 May 2005 - 01:22 PM Thanks to both of you for the replies! and have a great Holidy season!!! Silverado Blend Door Actuator Reset Log in My Account | Sign up Logout CarComplaints.com on Facebook CarComplaints.com on Twitter CarComplaints.com on Mobile Home Resources News Investigations Recalls Search Complaints Update Carcomplaints Add Complaints Show the: Recent
Fix for stuck heater blend door. icefishingnut5812-07-2010, 08:50 PMCoolant level good? The complaints are organized into groups with data published by vehicle, vehicle component, and specific problem. http://camtronics.net/chevy-silverado/2005-chevy-silverado-ac-not-working.html Customer Question Heater on my 2001 Silverado Z71 is not getting hot.
However, when it occured (whether it was doing A/C or heat) I noticed that the area under the dash was extremely hot. We don't sell/share your email. start engine . Dan Abbott 574,845 views 7:15 Heater A/C Control Panel Replacement - Duration: 5:46.
it use to get very nice and warm in there even on very cold days. Notice: Use the correct fastener in the correct location. when these auto shops flush your system they do not remove the heater hoses at the engine and flush out the heater core. Visit SilveradoSierra.com's FAQ section Machster69 Shifting into Sixth Gear! [L3]Posts: 8415Topics: 107Images: 79Joined: Feb 16 2012, 3:03pmYears of membership: Location: Baton Rouge Year: 2010 Make/Model: GMC Sierra Extra Info: 5.3 SLE
the hose to the heater looks like a plastic ring on it i tried taking it off there but wouldnt come off. this must be done in our cold climates for maximum heat, when replacing the coolant. Expert: BOBBYSS replied6 years ago. I will know a little more in the morning when it is colder out.
It may be the control unit, but on this vehicle it is usually the actuator. Then refilled the system as the Haynes manual said to. Very frustrating to be in a vehicle that has no heat when its cold and the A/C pumps out hot air when it hot.