Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
My bcm fuse blows no matter what amp I put in it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Cooling System Mix
Coolant level low or flow is restricted.
Thermostat stuck closed
Heater Control Valve
Leaking or defective heater control valve.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2008
It appears that it is part of the fuel pump circuit, so I would concentrate on wiring harness & connector at fuel pump, clean it real good, and apply dielectric grease to the connection, as well as the fuel pump relay, connector & harness.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
is it the pressure hose or the return hose?
if its the pressure hose and your power steering is working fine before it blows then the releaf valve is bad in the pump and you would need too replace the pump also
if its the return hose then they are either not clamping it or its not strong enough too hold the pressure e.g. wrong one for it!!!
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Hello ,maybe i can help.There is a multiple system check to perform,but being as you are asking for help,on fix ya,I can only think you are with out ac gauges and other helpful tools.What we need to check first off is,under the hood,see if the ac compressor is turning when the problem presents it`s self(when the ac light goes off).If so,you may just need a little freon added to the system.If the ac compressor is turning when the ac light is off ,look and see if the cooling fan or fans are running.If the fan or fans are not running,then you have one out of three things happening, One is ,a cooling fan relay is not working,two-as simple as a fuse is blown,and finally,a high side pressure switch that cuts on the cooling fan,or fans has gone out.Of course the possibility of a ac compressor gone weak is also a problem to look at.You may still need a ac service tech to check it out if any of the three things I mentioned are not the problem.I hope this has helped you with your ac problem,and if I can help you any further let me know,,,,firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Sounds like the fuse blew out again. Look at the wiring that goes to the washer fluid pump and check for any place where it might have rubbed against something causing it to short out. Fix this 'short' before you replace the fuse again or you will continue to have problems.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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