Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
Did you understand mine? Well it was about one hundred years ago, so you might not remember. It was the message that made no sense.
This one is "seven" characters, I subscribe to "cox communication" so you know the "@" then what I just said then "Net".(are you with me?)"k" The cavalier is still hanging in there. "thompson". Compressor still sounds awful. "120" I've calmed down a bit. "cox" is what I want to call all of them. dotNet.
I'm sorry it took me so long to get back with you. My computer has issues and could not access my email. (which wouldn't happen if I'd use yahoo or the cox email site.)
Again sorry to take so long.
P.S, the weirdest thing happened yesterday. When I looked at email, there were about 14 messages from fixya. Two different screen names seven messages each.
Do you think I should mark this question as solved? I imagine that is how my question would not be posted anymore?
Take care, Kirsten
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your car is equipped with a lockup torque converter in the transmission, a part called the torque converter clutch solenoid could be defective. Any transmission shop should know what to look for. Sometimes you can unplug an electrical connector on the side of the transmission and drive the car. If this takes care of the problem this verifies that the torque converter clutch solenoid is the problem. This usually will make either your check engine or service engine soon light come on when you do this however. This condition usually feels like you are trying to stop a manual transmission car without pushing in on the clutch. good luck.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
You would be low on 134a. To put refegerant in an a/c system you need to pull a vaccume on the system. Any air in there it will not work. It would be worth the money to have some one do it. But I'd look at the compressor case halfs and see if they are leaking before having it charged. You could fix that yourself and pay some one to charge it, if they are leaking.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
"In the last few weeks, heat in the front of the car would work at full power, then dip to nothing, then back to full power."
do you mean that it is warm then is not warm or do you mean that the blower works then does not?
I would consider replacing the blower motor, not sure about how much you'll spend on one in Alaska. should be fairly accessible from either the passenger side dash from the bottom or from under the hood on passenger side (well on all the vehicles I have replaced one on.) sounds like it's either that or the switch.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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