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I tried to pull the fuse but it wont come out, it is a 60A and takes 2 spaces of a normal fuse. is the fuse supposed to pull out? it is not soldered?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My 2003 Sierra's blower came on by itself in the garage while I was sleeping and ran the battery completely down. I had to replace the blower switch located under the glove box next to the blower at the bottom of the right corner of the dash. The switch is in front of the blower and held in by two screws. Disconnect the two wire connections. This is a "dealer only" part and cost me 65.00. Also check the wire harness with seven wires connected to it for melted plastic. It will be marked "ABCDEFG". If it has melted, you'll need to replace it. Pay attention when reinstalling either part, that the wires "ABCDEFG" match the switch in that order.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
SOURCE: 97 sierra ABS problem
ABS comes on all by it self at low speed braking, A GM defect with their brakes!!!! Sensor thinks the tires are locking up an puts on the ABS, my advice pull the ABS fuse the brakes work better!!!!! Sensor is **** never had a problem with my Honda's ABS I sent a letter to GM 0 response, never will buy one again!!!
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Wheel speed sensors misadjusted, damaged , or metal shavings and other debree, since they are magnetic can give false readings from one of the wheel circuits. Over sized tires can give of false speed readings as well. there are many other causes including bad relay, control module, e.t.c. It is best to have the proper scan tool to diagnose an ABS problem
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Check coolant level. Check for heat at the heater hose going from water pump to heater core at firewall. Check to see that cable is moving coolant control valve from the closed to open position. Low mileage so it shouldn't be plugged heater core.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
Testimonial: "You were absolutely correct. Low coolant level. Put in some 50/50 and we're nice and toasty now, but need to find out why coolant was so low. Thanks."
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