Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Were hose goes into block
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
to check if the A / C is good that the discharge pipe is in the evaporator box, if you can put this dense water inside the car Nesa
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
its more likely its a broken heating wire inside the seat, test the connector under the seat for voltage on the side going to the battery, and the one going to the seat for ohms, if power is present but the resistance is too high to be measured its a broken heating wire, only fixable by completely destroying the upholstery, but if no power is present its possible a fuse,wire or connection somewhere, usually the fuse block is on the driver side near the door (look for a panel that is either marked fuse, or easily pulled off) could be on the side of the dashboard,
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: 04 trailblazer AC leaks
Rather than pay the dealer $350+ to fix this, I found the "L" shaped drain hose behind and interior to the front passenger tire (I let the car idle with the AC on and waited for a drip. On my back on groud I reached in and found the drain line and it came off i my hand and about 4 oz of water and some decayed matter floowed out. I reaced back in and found the hole to which the L line was attached. It was a rubber fitting on the end of a metal pipe. The fitting came off easily and then about 8 oz of water flowed out (carpet had been soaked for two days). I reattached the L drain line and noticed that inside the fitting was about 1/4 tsp of "mulch" - decayed leaves, pollen, etc. Reattacted the fitting and water now flows freely out the drain. And yes, its a very high humidity area - Houston, TX. And if you live anywhere near here you know about the intense yearly dispersion of Pine tree pollen. I thisnk that accelerates the blockage. Happen about every 2 years. (Third time for me. First two I let the dealer over charge me for this effort. BE SAFE WORKING UNDER YOUR CAR!
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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