Cd player quit, heater fan when turned on no. 5 speed stops and r
And the radio lights nos. 1 and 4 out. All these problems started at the same time. Does a fuse control these and if so ; where is it...my mechanic could not find it. Low fuel light comes on whenever it wants and the steering column knocking is back. I had it repaired at my expense two years ago. The second time should be on GM >
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Re: cd player quit, heater fan when turned on no. 5 speed...
The LED inside the front of the radio is bad, the radio can be sent in and repaired. The blower resistor connector is probably melted and/or the resistor is bad. There is a redesigned steering intermediate shaft to fix the pop nooise in the steering column. The fuel level sensor, in the fuel tank, is probably bad. The little brush contacts break off and make the fuel gauge jump around.
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Check your battery cables and starter cables especially the connectors and bolts under the hood. The bolts and connections could be loose or corroded. Check the connections near the battery and on the battery since many times mechanics mess with these the most. My guess is something is loose if it starts well most times, but fails occasionally. Did you look for blinky codes or DTCs? A '47' (or P0562) could mean a bad battery or alternator, and a '12' (or P1684) could indicate intermittent connections. Do the dome lights dim or stay well lit when the clicking is heard during cranking? If so, then the issue is most likely near the battery and if not then the issue is more likely near the starter. Good luck. There are a lot of wires under the hood.
Replace the blower resistor that is mounted next to the blower motor on the passenger side of the vehicle.
This will restore correct blower operation and I suspect it is also back-feeding voltage resulting in your electrical issues.
Two screws hold the blower resistor into the heater case and it is very easy to replace.
the blower motor has no affect on the AC system, start the engine and turn on AC and watch the AC compressor to see if clutch engages,if it doesn't the system isn't full,if you are correct the clutch should be engaged and should quit when you change heater speeds,