Question about Cars & Trucks
There is a vacuum reservoirunder the hood.. its a canister type or a plastic ball..it usually has 2 lines on it ..one is the main line one goes inside to the controls..it follows through the firewall to the interior of the vehicle..
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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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
The fuse is actually a Relay Switch and its located in the Fuse Relay Center on the driverside of the engine compartment. The Black Box is labled Fuse Relay Center, the diagram on the cap displays which Relay is the Fuel Pump relay...the Relay switch is usually $8-$15 depending on where you shop
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Typically the Neutral Safety Switches are located with the gear selector, either in the column or the floor.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
your heat/cool and vent selection options are controlled by engine vacuum through small clear tubes attached to the rear of your climate control interface. Other vehicles have small steel pull wires that operate the desired changes. You might try removing the trim and any fasteners affiliated with the interface/console. GENTLY pull outward and look to see if any of these tubes are pulled off or cut/damaged. Did anyone recently install a new stereo in the vehicle? If so, the vacuum tubing and or pull wires that change your outlets could have been damaged when the stereo unit was pushed into place. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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