We added water to the radiator and it started blowing warm air again. Labor is generally the most costly part of a bill from a mechanic and in some cases, worth it to have a professional do the work. My connector was so overheated that the large red wire melted out of the connector. There is a new thermostat, new hoses, and new fluid. Days will go by and then out of nowhere the blower well start to work and blow perfectly fine on all speeds for a day or so and then it will stop. Hello - Thanks for the info Well, that doesn't mean it wasn't bad. Some of this coolant is diverted from the cooling system into a heater core.
I didn't find any bad fuses either. I flushed my system and I will be replacing the thermostat. Cut the 2 heavy wires on both ends of the plug and splice and reconnect then making sure that they make a good and solid contact. It should go thru the switch as shown in the second diagram below. Remove the mode actuator as an assembly with the actuator cam.
You could just make sure your new connectors fit well, and bench test your parts, inspect where they go, etc. It has 1 hot wire going into it red, and it always has electricity. I have checked my flap with my knob controls and it opens and closes. Off topic, how many miles do you have on your '92 Chevy with the v6? I would like to know how to locate the Heater Core and replace it if possible. The heat in the Silverado is supplied by the hot engine coolant running through the engine cooling channels.
I was surprised the meltdown in harness dident blow any fuses Owen answered about a year ago We've got a little extra weirdness going on in this one '92 s10. I checked the internal fuse box below the dash near the parking brake pedal, and I didn't find any bad fuses. But when I switch the fan on, I don't get any voltage readings on the other wires. Sounds crazy, but go to Napa and ask if there are counter rotating 5. If there was no heat at all and the temp gauge was reading really low, then possibly a thermostat stuck open.
The blower motor appears to be woking fine but there is no heat what so ever. If you look closely you will find that the plastic housing… The fuel gauge is on what is called a float. Should I check anywhere else? It could be a mix of things or just one thing, anything from the heater core is disconnected because of a leak to the thermostat is garbage. Remove the floor air outlet duct extension 1 from the floor duct 2. The whole idea behind these sites is to give people with some mechanical aptitude a chance to get advice on their car troubles so they, in turn, might be able to fix them. That's for the ones with plastic melting.
That engine had 200K miles on it. Then the heater hoses should feel the same as the upper and lower radiator hoses. If I have power going to this brand new relay, do I have a defective relay or is the interior controls causing a problem where even in the off state for the controls - the fan would still not run with ignition key on? Install the screws to the center console duct. Newer answer:A Chilton or Haynes manual will not help you through the process, so don't waste the money or time trying to go that route. You are correct on older vehicles that is usually the problem. But we dont leave near him. Did not have time to see what the damage was, but think it was just a head gasket.
In this case the blower doesn't work so you should start right at the blower. In some vehicles, they can also be located in the engine compartment bolted to the firewall… A lot of work. The problem is a cold solder joint on the wiper motor control board. Could it be blocked in the cold hot mix? There could be several reasons why it's not working properly. I think that was all the asker needs to get it going. Is there B+ at the blower? It's a 2005 Silverado, with dual climate actually a weird truck no options but Dual climate control.
Install the Body Control Module. The scan shows 180' hoses in and out of the heater core are hot going in an cool coming out. All I had to do is pull the control unit out through the front may reach up under dash but wouldn't be easy Remove big plug from rear and clean the flat connectors it plugs onto. I haven't checked the thermostat. Have you found anything since our last chat? Run a wire straight to motor from battery, positive side.