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www.tahoeforum.com > ... > Technical Discussions Dec 5, 2008 - 10 posts - 7 authors
2001 Tahoe, the front heater blows a little hot air when the car warms up and then blows cold air. The rear heat seems to work fine. I changed ...
well i guess it all depends on if it fits? u can put most any radio and speakers into a car and it fits and all the wires match up, but u also have to have the right connection, and if ur not sure how to put it in i would suggjest just going to a automobile shop or car dealer near you. Hope it helped
It is most likely not the blower motor. Intermittentoperation usually means the blower relay is failing. It should be under the hood in the main fuse box. Try that before you spend a ton of money on bigger parts. Hope this helps. Good luck.
the 2 and 3 button trick doesn't work on your 04 or newer chevy trucks, The RDS double din mount radios use a data stream calibration system to unlock and if you change radio from one truck to another then the data info is different and need a GM tech II from the dealer to recalibrate the radio.
I hope you have the problem fixed by now, but, it is the ABS control under the truck. You need to go under the hood and open the fuse box and disconnect the 60 amp fuse for the ABS, this will turn it off before it burns up. This however will also cause the traction assist off light to stay lit all the time. To the fix the problem you can pay tons of money ($700 or so) to have the dealership install a ABS control and the problem will happen again over time. Or, remove it yourself, go on ebay and ship it off to a guy who repairs them for about $150 and you will never have the problem again. Also, if you wrap your cable ends with plastic and protect them good, you can still drive you truck while the part is being worked on. It takes about a week.