Bought a used 2000 Eldorado ESC with 47,000 orig miles. Only problem is the AC vents wont blow out of the front. Only defrost. Also some idiot opened the heater core access door under the hood apparently to inspect or try to fix the issue. Just want to fix the vent direction problem. Was told it was a vac problem because the Emergency brake will not disengage by itself. I have to use the override lever. Where should I look for the leak?
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remove ac vents with flat head screwdriver . thair should be a 7mm bolt in each vent holding tha dash pad on remove them. remove the trim going to head liner from the dash pad. use a 7mm to remove the bolts holding the cluser in place should be one each side and 3 across the back . disconnect the wiring harness and your done. also disconnect the negative batery cable when doing this
Not a fuse.There is no fuse for the level sensor.These are known for fuel level sensors being bad.Sometimes they will leave a code and sometimes not.You can check codes and see if you have a fuel level sensor code.The other thing you can do is check the connections and make sure they are clean and on securely.If you find that the level sensor is bad.Then it is easier to replace if the fuel in the tank is as low as possible for easier removal of the fuel tank.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Sounds like the blend door actuator which diverts air from defrost,to bi-level,vent etc. It's vacuum driven and when it fails, it's usually an indication of a vacuum leak. To trace the leak, start the car, turn the AC on high and starting at the firewall in front of the passenger's side, trace the vacuum lines backward until a leak is detected. If no leak is detected, it's very likely that the blend door actuator is faulty and needs either repair or replacement. Best of luck. Greg
there is nothing that is going to break by having the AC on and then turning up the temperature all the way except a little worse fuel mileage. Keep in mind that your AC comes on during the defrost mode to help dry the air inside your car so your windows dont fog up. If there is no air movement then it sounds like the blower fan decided it was time to quit. It just happened now instead of the middle of winter or the day you needed the defroster--(defogger)
YES. IT MAY TAKE SEVERAL STARTS TO CLEAR THE CODE AND TURN THE LIGHT OUT. OOORRRR , YOU COULD REMOVE THE NEGATIVE FROM THE BATTERY FOR 10 MINUTES THEN PUT IT BACK ON AND YOU SHOULD BE BACK IN BUSINESS . GOOD LUCK.