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Published on 24 Jan 2016Rear heater not blowing at all Category People & Blogs Licence Standard YouTube Licence Show more Show less Loading... Please include all the details about your issue so I can accurately advise you. i know obs tahoe/yukon didnt have rear heat, just rear air thus the front switch says rear ac. There is one control up front and also one in rear. Check This Out

Everything was fine. This could be a control module issue I suppose - but its working now even though it remains a bit on the fussy side. Working... Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm.

2003 Tahoe Rear Ac Not Working

I would see if the dealer will exchange the new actuator. Is this possible? Expert: GMTechBernard replied7 years ago. Sign in Transcript Statistics 110,372 views 526 Like this video? They had them in stock, $310.00 installed, tax included.

I just replaced a intake manifold gasket on a GM 3.4 where GM knew they installed cheap asz plastic manifold gaskets for at least 6 years. #9 02-12-2008, 05:47 And did you have to reset the trouble codes to make it work or did it just start working properly without clearing codes? I entered in all my vehicle's info and was directed to a part which I ordered. 2003 Chevy Tahoe Rear Heat Blows Cold The rear aux control module places the temp actuator to the default position (cold air) until the DTC is cleared.

Once the air has been moved the voltage returns to 2.5 volts. But if it is empty and then you fill it to see what happens. If you listen while forcing it to turn you can hear the gears and motor spinning.

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Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock cylinder. 2003 Gmc Yukon Rear Heat Not Working They might let you exchange it under "parts warranty". I will try in the morning. Ok part comes in on Thursday.

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Click on temperature valve and then click on the "view illustration". his comment is here Relist: Other.Never got a reply on last question Expert: Michael Moore replied5 years ago. Please try again later. After the horn chirp has sounded, proceed as in step 4 for the next 3 sensors in the following order: 5.1. 2003 Tahoe Rear Heat Not Working

Set to middle and reinstalled, turned truck on. Are all three of these problems related? Share this conversation Expert: GMTechBernard replied7 years ago. Put the new actuator back on the MODE. this contact form Sign in 2 Loading...

I believe you are in Charlotte, NC. 2003 Tahoe Rear Air Not Working 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 have a 2005 Chevy Tahoe.

Put the battery cables together, and reconnected.

Worth a shot, it doesn't cost anything. Now What?By The Way. Big Game Hunting Small Game and Birds Hunting Dogs and dogs in general Bone Orchard WC Bone Yard All times are GMT -6. 2001 Tahoe Rear Blower Not Working Note: when the control is moved from the floor to the ceiling, the voltages drops out to near nothing, mine reads .03 volts.

Any other advice on the seat recall with the following additional info? Note: Voltage does NOT change when changing temp settings. Support TYF - Become A Supporting Member Today!Click Here For Details Members Online Now Kirbside, Jordan Blatter, tojo152, massivespl, #1taho, docster, Mpaxson, dhulsey779, Denny G, Yuko04, njnewbie Total: 217 (members: 12, http://camtronics.net/not-working/2000-yukon-rear-heat-not-working.html Does this have Automatic rear HVAC or Manual? Ask Your Own GM Question Customer: replied7 years ago.

That actuator has moved to it's limit in one direction and that is the direction it needs to go to switch to heat. The new calibration effectively eliminates DTCs B0434 and B3764. The time now is 7:45 AM. Manny Delacruz 108,498 views 13:13 HOW TO FIX REPAIR HEATER WORKS ON ONE SIDE OF GM GMC SIERRA YUKON TAHOE SILVERADO SUBURBAN CHEVY - Duration: 9:24.

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There is one control up front and also one in rear. james 2006 GMC Sierra SLT Crew Cab Z71 Reply With Quote 03-04-2008,07:34 AM #7 chrias View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Registered User Join Date Aug 2005 Location Markham, Ontario, Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. GMC Jon View Public Profile Send a private message to GMC Jon Find all posts by GMC Jon #3 02-10-2008, 05:58 PM reddog Charter Member Join Date: Nov

Then the Temp actuator went to full heat for the same 5 or so seconds, then it returned to full cold, all by itself. First I thought I'd just pull off the heater actuator and have a look at it. The new control module will allow door travel from counts 0 to 255 without setting a DTC or defaulting the door.The new auxiliary HVAC control module is compatible with either the The OEM part number is604100.

Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position in order to exit the keyless entry transmitter programming mode. The programming of the fob's went pefect!You were also correct on the rear heater issue, I have a bad actuator.Now I will move on to the tire monitors, does the spare Loading... Still need to fix mine, but I'm in cali so I can deal with it.

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