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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take The Driverside Control panel Off The Door,And Check Conection On The Main Switches,These Vehicles Have Locks On Them, And If They get loose The Stop Working,Also Check The Little Switch Towards The Front of Panel,It Also May Be Loose,Use Caution,The Clips Are Fragile..
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Sounds like there may be an air pocket in the system.
Try 'burping' the system. If this still doesn't fix the problem, check the temperature of the heater core hoses (in and out) The inlet should be fairly cool, the other should be piping hot. If they're both cold; the heater core has an internal blockage.
Next, replace the thermostat with a winter (180-195 F) derivative.
Bleed the system accordingly, and keep me posted!
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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There should be a power steering pump which is black which has a cap on it for filling power steering fluid to the proper level. It's a belt driven pump.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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