Question about 1998 Buick LeSabre
Defrost wont work and my heater blew a fuse so i replaced it and now the heater seems like its not working right. Which wires do i need to hook up and to what? plz
Okay you stereo took power from the heater control this only proves that power should be independant and a dedicated line for the stereo.Your stereo probable draws more current that what was in there before. what wire should you hook up a new line
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be a vacuum switch on the heater hose. The heater hoses are the small hoses ( 1inch, usually black or red) that run from the motor to the inside of the car. They should be warm when the car is up to temperature.
The vac switch controls the water flow to the heater core. If the vac valve is bad or the vac line that feeds it is bad it will not allow water to enter the heater core.
Could be a plugged heater core too.
Check the water level in the radiator as well. If the engine is low on water often the first to go is the heater.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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