The car is a piece of work. The first thing to go wrong, passenger side filled up with water, check engine light,coolant light stays on all the time,leaking steering fluid,driver side window broken...only works when it wants to. Today can't get it to do anything but stay down. Missed work..can't drive with a window down in Maine. Did I forget to mention it sometimes takes 15 minutes to turn over? This is a mechanics dream car to own. Anybody want to buy it?
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she could have the same car with a diferent engine also in fla you would use the a/c all the time millage rating on the window sticker is done by perfect driving conditions with out normal stop and go driving
My 2005 Impala did the same thing, and also the radio stopped working. If you will take the black cowl panel off the passenger side you should see a piece of rubber trim that has fell off. This trim goes over the blower motor to divert the water off the windshield into the drain. Just clean it up and use some silicone to reattache it.
I assume that you are talking about your air conditioning. The passenger side blows cold and the drivers side is warm. I had the same problem on a couple of my cars, including my 2002 Impala.
I also assume that you know how to use the climate controls for driver vs. passenger.
You need some freon. It may not need very much... maybe 8-12 ounces.
if you're semi-skilled, you can try it yourself with a kit from the parts store. The dealer or shop will charge you at least $125 and they will look for the leak.
It sounds like you have a slow leak, and that could be tough to find.
You are going to have to get under there and give everything as good look. Check all bushings for wear and looseness, check springs to make sure they aren't broken and check struts for leakage. Struts are gas-charged and if one has leaked out usually there will be residual oil at the top where the shaft goes in. When checking suspension, check with wheels supported (on ramps) and check free (jack under chassis, wheels and axle hanging) Don't just look...try to move stuff to see if there is any play there. Personally, I wouldn't drive it 'till it's fixed. In an emergency situation you will loose control if the back end isn't tracking correctly!
Check the radio fuse? Box is drivers side end of dash(drivers door open)or pass side end of dash(passenger door open)
police models have a connection for the speakers (passenger floorboard under floor mat) to connect the speakers to the police radios.
If they had the speakers connected to their radios,they may have unhooked them and not connected them back to the radio.
The wires are brown,grey,blue and light blue.All into a blue connector.