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Remove trim panel heater ac control panel 89 cavalier

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SOURCE: remove front dash cover, 2003 cavalier & rep ac control cable

Unfortunately, you can do it, but you will have to remove your entire dash in the process.  It's not really difficult, just time consuming.  You can remove the front dash cover by opening the doors and removing the covers on each side.  They are just clips that hold them on.  Take a flat screwdriver and carefully pry them off. You will then see screws on the side that you will need to unbolt, and I believe there are 2 more screws pointed upwards that you can get to if you open your glovebox.  After those screws are removed, remove the defroster grill in the middle of your dash.  There is just one screw to remove and it unclips.  Now you can pry the entire top part of the dashboard off.  There are more clips holding it on, so just be careful when you do it. After that, you will see a bunch of screws on the top side that you can unbolt and then you will be able to remove the front cover that sits behind your steering wheel. With these pieces out of the way, you can finally unbolt the front cover where your stereo is and get at whatever your trying to get at to fix your defroster/control knob.  
I had to go through all this when I installed my aftermarket stereo.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: 91 Cavalier 4cyl AC Heater fuse blows

Disconnect the battery and do a continuity check from the heater fuse to ground. It will probably be a short. If so do a physical check of the wire(s) from the heater to the fuse. Look at any place where the wire(s) bend and any place where it's possible for the wire to vibrate against metal even if you have to cut tape and pull it out of a bundle to follow it, retape it later. I have faith in you finding a burned wire, good luck.

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Where is the signal light relay that makes signal lights flash located on 2000 ols intrigue 3.5 liter


Important: The hazard warning switch includes the turn signal and hazard warning flashers.
Removal Procedure
Remove the center air deflector. Refer to Instrument Panel Center Air Outlet Deflector Replacement .
Squeeze the retainer on the backside of hazard warning and cruise control switch.
Pull the hazard warning and cruise control switch from the retainer in the instrument panel.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the hazard warning and cruise control switch.
Remove the hazard warning and cruise control switch from instrument panel.
Remove the hazard warning and cruise control switch bezel from the instrument panel trim pad by using a small flat-bladed tool to the release retainers.
Remove the radio. Refer to Radio Replacement in Entertainment.
Reach through the radio opening and push the retainers up towards the roof of the vehicle. When the retainers release, slide the instrument panel (I/P) center air outlet deflector out of the I/P opening
Remove the air outlet deflector
Remove the instrument panel accessory trim plate. Refer to Instrument Panel Accessory Trim Plate Replacement in Instrument Panel, Gauges, and Console.
Remove the bolts from the radio.
Pull the radio toward you.
Remove the front floor console trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Trim Plate Replacement .
Pull the instrument panel (IP) accessory trim plate away from the IP trim pad.
Disconnect the IP harness seat heater leads, if equipped.
Remove the seat heater switches from the IP accessory trim plate, if equipped.
Remove the IP accessory trim plate.

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How easy is it to change a heater core in a2003 Kia sedona


It is in no way easy. But if you want to try, here are the instructions....

3.5L Engine
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
  2. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  4. Remove the heater hoses.
  5. Remove the driver air bag module.
  6. Remove the steering wheel.
  7. Remove the turn signal assembly.
  8. Remove the upper and lower steering column covers.
  9. Remove the A-pillar upper trim.
  10. Remove the instrument cluster trim.
  11. Remove the instrument cluster.
  12. Remove the A-pillar lower trim.
  13. Remove the hood release handle.
  14. Remove the left lower trim panel.
  15. Remove the multi box.
  16. Remove the audio panel.
  17. Remove the ventilation control panel.
  18. Remove the radio.
  19. Remove the glove box.
  20. Remove the center console.
  21. Remove the audio system speakers and mounting bolts from the top of the instrument panel.
  22. Remove the side covers.
  23. Remove the T-bar mounting bolts.
  24. Remove the bottom mounting bolts.
  25. Remove the instrument panel wiring harness connectors.
  26. Remove the instrument panel.
  27. Remove the heater unit.


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To install:
  1. Install the heater unit.
  2. Install the instrument panel.
  3. Connect the instrument panel wiring harness connectors.
  4. Install the bottom mounting bolts.
  5. Install the T-bar mounting bolts.
  6. Install the side covers.
  7. Install the upper mounting bolts and audio system speakers.
  8. Install the center console.
  9. Install the glove box.
  10. Install the radio.
  11. Install the ventilation control panel.
  12. Install the audio panel.
  13. Install the multi box.
  14. Install the left lower trim panel.
  15. Install the hood release handle.
  16. Install the A-pillar lower trim.
  17. Install the instrument cluster.
  18. Install the instrument cluster trim.
  19. Install the A-pillar upper trim.
  20. Install the upper and lower steering column covers.
  21. Install the turn signal assembly.
  22. Install the steering wheel.
  23. Install the driver air bag module.
  24. Install the heater hoses.
  25. Connect the negative battery cable.
  26. Fill the cooling system.
  27. Start the engine and check for leaks and proper heater operation.

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How do i remove a radio from a 1993 suzuki sidekick


well thats in the FSM. easy peasy
stock radio , we cant do non stock. (vast )
i guess step 4 is it?

heater control page.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. If equipped, disable the air bag system. (skip)
  3. Carefully pull the knobs off of the control levers.
  4. On Sidekick, Tracker, Sidekick Sport and X-90 models, grasp the trim panel and pull it off of the instrument panel.
  5. stop.... here.
radio out
electronic version not analog
remove ash tray, and hidden tray screw and tray guide

  1. Pull the heater control lever knobs off of the levers.
  2. On 1996-98 models, separate the heater control trim panel from the control unit by pulling it straight away from the instrument panel. Allow the trim panel to hang loose.
  3. Open the ashtray, then depress the ashtray retainer and remove the ashtray from the sliding track. While it is removed from the vehicle, now would be a good time to wash it out.
  4. Loosen the two retaining screws, then remove the ashtray track from the instrument panel center trim bezel.
  5. On 1989-95 Sidekick and Tracker models, remove the trim panel (Bezel) by prying it carefully away from the instrument panel.
  6. On 1996-98 models, remove the center trim bezel from the instrument panel by loosening the four retaining screws and maneuvering the heater control trim through the appropriate hole. Set the bezel out of the way.
  7. Use a screwdriver to loosen the one rear mounting bracket-to-radio screw; access can be gained to this screw through the ashtray hole.
  8. Remove the four radio front retaining screws, then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough so that the electrical connections on the rear of the radio can be accessed.
  9. Detach and label the wiring from the radio. Also, detach the antenna cable from the rear face of the radio
  10. pull radio. now. (if stock if not stock look for locks)


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How hard is it to replace a front ac blower motor on a 2009 ford flex


You just have to be careful with the trim panels that Need removed. First remove right sill plate trim ( bottom of door opening ). Then remove lower a-trim. Remove two lower dash panel pin-type retainers and the lower dash panel insulator. The blower should be visible now. Remove blower motor electrical connector. Depress two retaining tabs on the vent tube between heater core housing and blower. Be careful tithe tube is only available as part of the hole heater core box. Turn the blower counterclockwise to remove from box

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Removing the heater control switch 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix


Procedure for the control panel pasted below. I don't see a separate blower switch, so you might have to replace the entire control panel. Before doing that, I recommend you browse this post:
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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the instrument cluster trim plate, using the following as a guide:
    1. Remove the instrument panel access hole covers from the instrument panel using a small flat-bladed tool. Remove the screws from each end of the instrument panel cluster trim plate.
    2. Remove the screws from the lower edge of the right lower instrument panel trim plate.
    3. Open the instrument panel compartment door.
    4. Pull the right lower instrument panel trim plate from the instrument panel.
    5. Pull steering column tilt level and tilt the steering column to the lowest position.
    6. Grasp the instrument panel cluster trim plate at the right edge, slowly pull an working from left to right, release the retainer clips. Lift the trim panel from the vehicle.

  3. Remove the screws holding the heater & A/C control panel to the instrument panel and gently pull the assembly from the instrument panel. Detach the electrical connector(s) from the back of the panel. Some models may have a vacuum line connection that must also be removed.
  4. Installation is the reverse of the removal process. Use care to make sure the retaining clips are properly seated and all screws are in place. This helps avoid rattles and squeaks later.


CAUTION Vehicles covered by this manual are equipped with a Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system, which uses an air bag. Whenever working near any of the SIR components, such as air bag module, steering column and instrument panel, disable the SIR.
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Fig. Instrument panel accessory trim plate removal-Pontiac shown, others similar
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Fig. Heater & A/C control panel removal. Top: Standard system; Bottom: Automatic System-Pontiac shown, others similar

Oct 11, 2011 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Need to get to radio antenna


Below are some illustrations for the dash components and removal. Are you replacing the antenna coax or just checking the back of the radio.
Let me know.
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION



See Figures 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
  1. If equipped, disable the SIR system, as outlined in of this guide.
  2. If not done already, disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Unfasten the defroster grille retaining screw, then remove the grille.
  4. To remove the instrument panel end-caps, for Cavalier, use a suitable prytool. Position the tool behind the cover and carefully pry outward. For the Sunfire, unfasten the end-cap retaining screws and remove the cap.




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  1. For the Cavalier, remove the instrument panel trim pad.
  2. Remove the instrument cluster trim plate.
  3. As outlined in of this guide, remove the heater and A/C control panel.
  4. Remove the radio assembly, as outlined in of this guide.
  5. Unfasten the air distribution ducts.




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  1. Detach the instrument panel compartment lamp electrical connector.
  2. Unfasten the screws to the tie bar, then remove the instrument panel from the tie bar.

To install:
  1. Position the instrument panel to the tie bar, then secure with the retaining screws.
  2. Attach the instrument panel compartment lamp connector.
  3. Fasten the air distribution ducts.
  4. Install the radio and the heater and A/C control.
  5. Install the instrument cluster trim plate.
  6. For the Cavalier, install the instrument panel trim pad.
  7. Install the end caps.
  8. Position the defroster grille, then secure with the retaining screw,
  9. Enable the SIR system, if equipped. For details, please refer to the procedure located in of this guide.
  10. Connect the negative battery cable.

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No power to the heater/ac control of our 89 chevy silverado


IF YOUR BLOWER MOTOR IS GOOD AND FUSE IS GOOD TO AC/HEAT THAN THE CONTROL BOARD IS NO GOOD

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Light for heater panel not working


I've done it many times myself. Here is what I do:

Remove the trim that covers instrument cluster, radio, heater control unit. To do this, you must remove 2 screws from trim that are mounted at top of instrument cluster area. Next remove screws above cigarette lighter/head light switch. Now that should be all of them. Position your steering wheel all the way down. Pull off of the trim from the radio area. It is snap fitted so just give it a little tug. The part of the trim covering the instrument cluster is really tight. You have to be careful and pry the thing out while trying not to scratch the top of your steering column. It does come out eventually. Now remove heater/ac control unit. Should be a couple of screws holding it in. There are vacuum hoses and a heater control cable mounted to the back of it also, but you shouldn't have to pull the thing all of the way out. Just turn the light socket to remove it from the back of the heater/ac unit and R/R the bulb.

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