I think them you need to check pin fits, harness routing and loom for chatting of the wiring to that actuator as well as verify the door inside is not going Nice to know that you can manually switch it to get some heat. So I replaced the hot-cold actuator and it worked from then on. Blend Door Actuator • Brown Wire 14 Volts • Gray Wire 4.99 Volts • Yellow Wire 0 Volts unplugged, 4.99 Volts plugged in. have a peek here
Both actuators plug in to another box, I think it is called an HVAC Aux Control Module. They look just alike. Expert: Chevy expert replied5 years ago. Up next 2003 Tahoe No Rear Heat Fix, Suburban, Yukon XL Repair! - Duration: 9:43. Still need to fix mine, but I'm in cali so I can deal with it.
Bob Ocean County 75,364 views 13:42 Loading more suggestions... Relist: Other.Never got a reply on last question Expert: Michael Moore replied5 years ago. Loading... I got both the door actuator and the temperature actuator in today.
A reminder that your email address on your account must be valid and working to receive the reset request. The Front air works perfectly. it is in the rear right side behind the trim panel on the auxillary hvac case. 2003 Chevy Tahoe Rear Heat Blows Cold I disconnected battery cables and held them together for 30 seconds.
So I replaced it with a new module (Part #15832319) per that TSB mentioned above. Suburban Rear Blower Not Working Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Back to top #13 denali503 denali503 Enthusiast Member 25 posts Posted 20 December 2009 - 12:05 AM If you do my procedure, you will still be able to control temperature... This is the actuator that is not working for me.
Loading... 2001 Chevy Tahoe Rear Ac Not Working I took the original one apart to look at the inside and everything moves just fine. moccina 3,204,687 views 6:52 2001 Chevy Tahoe Blend Door Actuator Replacement - Duration: 13:13. Clearing the DTC will allow the door to operate properly until the overtravel condition reoccurs.
Ok now the climate control is working. http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/105744-rear-heat-not-working/ I call it overriding the unit. 2003 Tahoe Rear Ac Not Working Duramax Forum Engine Swaps Interior Tech Exterior Tech Body Work & Paint Shop Audio/Video Electronics Detailing Street 4x4 Street Wheels and Tires Offroad FSC Marketplace - Offroad Parts Overland Expeditions Wheels 2003 Tahoe Rear Heat Not Working Style TY_CustomDark Contact Us Help Home About us Become a Preferred Vendor To contact the forum owner hit the Contact Us link.
Register Already a Member? navigate here Which is the GM one that was only working the door flap. Back to top #8 GMC Denali 2006 GMC Denali 2006 Enthusiast Member 346 posts Posted 12 December 2009 - 10:12 AM GE Nighthawks or Sylvania Silverstar Ultras. I got both the door actuator and the temperature actuator in today. 2005 Tahoe Rear Blend Door Broken
Is there anyway to test if its bad? brodg View Public Profile Find More Posts by brodg 11-19-2008, 08:44 PM #3 stephendudra Full Access Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Location: Jacksonville, Florida Posts: 54 Quote: Originally Posted Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... Check This Out I got part in today and hooked it up.
I thought just disconnecting the control module (in between the 2 actuators) should be the same as removing fuses, so I gave it a try. Tahoe Rear Air Blows Hot Does anyone know the approximate cost if I do it myself? thanks Reply With Quote 03-03-2008,09:14 PM #2 kcb37 View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Registered User Join Date Oct 2007 Location TN Age 33 Posts 7,990 My Feedback (0% Positive
Put in your vehicle information and then follow the trail through the air conditioner & heater, Aux, AC and heater unit, to the actuator. The number stamped on the actuator is not always the correct part number, and part numbers are superseded constantly and very often the number marked on the part itself that is After I disconnected the battery and reconnected both actuators would rotate all the way to one side then all the way back to the other side. this contact form Back to top #12 redvett redvett Senior Enthusiast Validating 3,505 posts Location:MI Gender:Male Posted 15 December 2009 - 05:33 PM I would take the cover off the rear hvac and check
Ok well I dont know if you can see earlier in the post when I was talking to the other technician. Thanks. Good luck. When removing the temperature actuator I can easily turn the knob which allows hot air to blow out the vents.