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Where is the heater control valve located on a 2003 GMC Safari slt

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Likely inside the dash, behind the environment controls, fan controls, etc

Posted on Oct 21, 2013

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HELLO THE HEATER CONTROL VALVE IS LOCATED AT THE REAR CENTER OF THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT BY THE FIREWALL

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Most heater control valves are on or near the firewall behind the engine. Look for coolant hoses attached to a small metal piece. It also will have an arm that has a cable from inside the vehicle attached to it.

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YOU GETTING INTO LOT OF DISASSEMBLY TROUBLE YOU HAVE REMOVE WHOLE DASH AND TO GET HEATER CORE YOU HAVE TO REMOVE WINDSHIELD WIPER MOUNTING ARM AND THE PIVOT.SHAFT.YOU HAVE REMOVE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE UPPER COWL EXTENSION SCREW AND THE EXTENSION.REMOVE VACUUM HOSES AND THE WIRE HARNESS CONNECTOR FROM THE EVAPORATIVE EMISSIONS CANISTER PURGE VALVE NUTS AND THE VALVE.REMOVE COWL SIDE NUT.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE RIGHT SIDE REAR FENDER APRON SCREWS AND REPOSITION THE APRON.REMOVE EVAPORATOR HOUSING NUT AND SCREW.YOUR HEATER CORE INSIDE EVAPORATOR HOUSING YOU HAVE TO REMOVE HEATER CORE FROM THE RIGHT REAR OF FENDER FROM EVAPORATOR HOUSING.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE DASH TO DISCONNECT HEATER HOSES, REAR AIR DUCTS,REMOVE EATC CONTROLLER AND DISCONNECT OTHER ELECTRICAL HARNESSES YOU HAVE A BIG JOB.GOOD LUCK.YOU WILL NEED A REPAIR MANUAL TO SEE INSTRUCTIONS.

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{: ) The popping sound you heard is caused by the sudden movement of an HVAC door, most probably coming from the recirculation door actuator (right dashboard area) or the mode actuator( mid dashboard area). The fan outputs could be normally working, but is being muffled by the incorrect positioning of the HVAC doors, giving an impression that there is fault in the blower controls. In other words, your vehicle is having an air distribution issue.
If there's no conflict in your climate settings, then the trouble may be in the HVAC doors binding or broken, or the actuators faulty or sticking. In both cases, servicing may involve removal of the dashboard to access these HVAC components.

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