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97 chevy k1500 blows freon into the cab whats wrong

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If you have refrigerant inside the cabin, you know the
problem,the evaporator is corroded or cracked &
needs to be replaced,by a shop trained to do a/c
repairs.
Save your money,won't be cheap
Any leak-- your air will only work for a day
then the system is empty

Posted on Jul 09, 2013

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    Where is the evaporator located

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SOURCE: chevy ex-cab pickup K1500 series 92

According to what I've read, a code 12 on your vehicle is the "all clear" code. I haven't found any information to indicate otherwise. What was said is that if you had a pair of fail codes, for example - let's use 15 and 34 for argument's sake - when you scanned the computer, you'd see 15, 34, 12, and then they'd repeat. The 12 was an indicator at that point that you had seen all the codes that were stored, and that they would now begin to repeat. If you have no codes stored, you'd see 12 and that's it.

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SOURCE: 1997 chevy k1500 transmission

A 4L60E has 16 pan bolts and a 4L80E has 17 pan bolts

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SOURCE: what kind of freon do i use in my 1995 chevy 454

R134

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SOURCE: check engine lite on 98 chevy k1500 code is gas

Check the gas cap is sceruely fastened, check for leaks in the filler tube for gas tank, and check for leaks in the hoses/tubes to the evaporative canister.

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SOURCE: How can you tell what transmission is in a 1997

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The best and fastest way is to look at the VIN Plate and it will have a alpha numeric code. This code tells you the Engine,Transmission, etc....Then contact Chevrolet and they should be able to find the number and tell you exactly what transmission you have in your truck.
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