Question about 2004 Oldsmobile Bravada
The heater is always on and on very hot. The climate/temp control has no effect on the air. If I by-pass the heater completely I can get AC. I was thinking maybe it's the blend door control but I don't know the car that well. Please Help.
I have narrowed the problem to a non-functioning climate control acctuator (a mechanical vent door opening/closing unit that mixes warm and cold air) Unfortunately it is located high in the dash and requires entire removal of dash panel. Shop repair manual states a repair time of 5.2 hours... GM parts $260 actuator $75 door panel......Online parts $60 to $175
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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