Question about 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
It jumstarts readily
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Dec 23, 2008
well it sounds to me as if you have a bad blower resistor allowing the continuous flow to the motor. or else you have a faulty relay there and its staying applied not releasing..or else you have a bad blower motor
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Your best choice in solving this delima is to get your hands on a volt/ohm meter. They can be found at Auto Zone very cheap for $10 & under. You will have to run this test to see IF I am right which I am inclined to beleive this will be your problem. Recharging the battery every week tells me your alternator is getting weak. A componet inside this that controls the direct current is the diode. If it starts to go bad the charging mode of the alternator is not 100%. This will cause a discharge of the battery.
With the volt meter in hand and the engine running connect the meters probes to the respective battery terminals. Red on Positive and black on negative. MAKE SURE THE VOLT METERS SETTINGS is set to the DC mode before connecting to the battery.
You should get a result such as 13.5 volts if the alternator is working well. If lower than that the alternator is not producing a full charge as expected.
Now Remove the probes from the battery. Now switch the DC switch mode to the AC mode. Now install the probes wires to the battery by Red on negative and black on positive. Sounds crazy although if a reading hows up in a number form the same as it did before in the first test above the alteratoer diode is shot letting the current flow in reverse which is a ALTERNATING CURRENT. Vehicles will only get a charge in a direct current. That is why your battery drains throughout the week. Eventually the battery will be destroyed from the coils and spark plugs sucking all the engergy from it.
If I am correct many repair shops that rebuild these can repair yours a lot cheaper than purchasing a rebuilt one. The yelloow pages my show a shop that does that. Auitomotive electronics in the yellow pages may work to find a place in your town
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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