Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm having the same problem right now. Although mine started a couple years ago. At first you had to slam a door, hit the dash, hit a bump,etc., and it would start blowing again. I replaced the fuse thinking it would fix it because I heard clicking from the fuse.(wasn't the problem) then figured out as long as I didn't turn it off, it would be fine the next time I drove the car. But if you turned heat/ac off, the next time I got in the car, I'd have to slam the door, etc. for it to work again. After the intial incident, it's been fine until now(again, 2 yrs. later). I have now order the blower motor from Chevy(everything for this car is *special order*) so you may want to start there. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
hi it maybe bearings or rod ends ussually the bearing gives you the filling of fish taling solution: lift up 1 side of your car and check for loose in wheels then check the other side. if u can move the wheel that means your bearing or berings are need to be replaced if thats not the case let me know and we gonna check what it is thanks
Posted on Sep 22, 2012
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