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08 chevy Malibu a/c is cold but is not turning on when I start my car,I hit or turn knob and sometimes it works everything blowing cold just hard to get on. Any ideas

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Switch relay maybe need replacement

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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SOURCE: 1997 Malibu 3L V6 Suddenly hard to start Suddenly hard to start

Could you give more detail as to what it's doing exactly? Is it having a hard time cranking the engine or does the engine crank but not want to get started?

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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SOURCE: 2001 chevy malibu- when car starts cooling fans do not come on but then do

your coolant temp sensor on the engine block is probably faulty, however, keep in mind that if it really isn't all that hot outside they may not need to turn on. Once you activate the A/C the fans come on automatically since they have to cool the condensor...

If your car is not overheating do not worry about it.

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 2000 malibu jerks when driving.

I would check the transmission fluid level. Sounds like the fluid level is low.I hope this helps

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SOURCE: 04 Chevy Tahoe Climate control issues.

HVAC control head problem or it is the air Temp Control Valve problem. THe control head is the one with the buttons and knobs and the control vavle is located on the HVAC carrier assembly underneath dashboard (two of them one on left and one on right in center). This is a job for someone who has knowledge of HVAC and electrical on a GM vehicle.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Air conditioner suddenly stops blowing cold and

If you are absolutely confident the AC compressor is not kicking out on low pressure then it is the blend door actuator.

The blend door determines how much air blows through the heater core or evaporator.

The actuator can be purchased at dealer and maybe at a local part store.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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