Question about 1995 Chevrolet K1500
Fusible links are located either under the instrument panel (Dashboard) or under the hood of the vehicle. It is a wire with a fuse attached to it. Usually it says in engraved letters or a sticker on the side of the fuse,"Fusible Link". You have to look for the wires that have a fuse in between them. They stand out from all the other wires. sometimes they can be located inside or under the glove box too.
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Remove the radio and make sure he did not cut any wires to the ECM engine control (module).The wires run along the back of the radio to behind the glove box to the ECM.If this is all good then check the connections.If all is good then you could have a bad ECM.Tyr the scan tool on another vehicle to make sure the scan tool is working properly.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
Remove two trim panels from just inside back window and just inside rear side door passenger side. They run down from the head liner. Remove seat belt bolt ( TORX HEAD ) also. Remove lower half of trim from just inside rear side door. You should see screws holding weel cover in place. The top under glass just lifts up slightly to remove entire cover. Just a few more screws and you can hinge the top cover of the duct and fan. You will now see the top half of the rear condenser and if you look down beside it you will see the expansion valve. This about as close as you will get to changing the valve though because the freon lines running to the condenser will be stuck so solidly you would have to destroy the lines on either side of the nut to seperate them. You cannot reach the valve without lifting the condenser from its tray and you cannot lift the condenser without removing the lines from it!!! Good luck!!!
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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