Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
I don't believe this was his problem. I have the same issue: hot air blows on the drive side sporadically. It's got to be a sensor or electrical issue, maybe a contact. The passenger side remains ice cold and so does the back. If I turn the car off, then on again, it usually works correctly again. I've also thought there might be a correlation with removing the dash cover just a bit and putting it back in place seems to solve the issue (again, making me think it's a contact somewhere or a temperature probe).
Any ideas? Someone's got to know the schematics.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Sounds like you have a leak in the system and have air that has entered into the system.
best to have it serviced by a shop, the system will need to be inspected to find the leak and then evacuated. part replaced and refilled.
leak detector will be okay
Do NOT use the cans of refrigerant with sealer in it.
and do not let the shop put a sealer in it, in the long run this will cost you the replacement of the whole a/c system.
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