Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
I have no heat in the front of my suburban but the rear heat is fine! The control head doesn't light up but only air blows. Replaced the heater control panel in front but the heat still doesn;t work and the control head still doesn't light up. I was told to replace the accuator or lendor but does these have anything to do with me not having heat??????????????
Hello michelle...here are the basic steps for tank removal...
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Drain the tank.
Raise the rear of your vehicle and support it with jackstands.
Remove the clamp on the filler neck and the vent tube hose.
If equipped, remove the gauge hose which is attached to the frame.
If equipped, remove the fuel tank shield.
While supporting the tank securely with a floor jack (a 2 x 6 helps), remove the support straps and insulators.
Lower the tank until the gauge wiring, electrical connections and all hoses can be removed. The wires and hoses are not long enough to reach the ground, so watch closely.
Remove the tank.
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Posted on May 29, 2009
you may not have enough refrigerant. a low charge can cause the rear in this dual system to not work for beans. charge with a can of uv and find the leak. fix the leak. evac the system and recharge. i think you take 4 lbs, but check the accumulator sticker. you may want to just change the accum at the same time.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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