Question about 1993 Chevrolet K1500
They cut the inlet wires and spliced them to a new snap on connecter and trans is in safe mode
That was common back then. You will need to get the diagram for both trucks and re-splice wire for wire. Also make sure the pink wire is powered up.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Nope you need a tool to do it. It's a pain in the rear. It's a 3/4" quick disconnect. Do not try and cut it off. you will break your heater core!!! You can find the tool at most places.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 Chevy Silverdo Crew Cab
if your ac is on max i believe it recirculates the air in the car by sucking air in by the defrost vents and blows it back out of the normal vents try to move the controls to make sure the that the shutters are working and make sure the ac is not on max by selecting the knob that has an arrow going through the little car instead of the circular one that might fix the problem
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Jack up the car remove wheel remove brake caliper and remove rotor rent a ball joint press remover and installer tool (at schucks you get money back when you bring it back) if it's 4 wheel drive you will have to remove the axle shaft next pull the snap ring off on the top side and put tool on the lower tie rod end and press out, next do the top press out top joint next sand ball joint sockets so it is clean lube with WD-40 next press in top ball joint and then lower ball joint. In this order otherwise you will have to un install the top ball joint by removing the pin then nut.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
SOURCE: My 2004 Chevy Silverado Crew
you may need to have the controller re-calibrated. There is a TSB at the GM dealerships on this. What is happening is the the blend door control for the pass side has OVER-travelled and is stuck in a default position. You can try to pull the Blue fuse under your hood for the HVAC, for about 5-10 minutes and put it back in. (with the engine off) Then restart the truck and turn the Climate control back on, and push and hold the Auto button for 4-5 seconds
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
SOURCE: i have a 2008 chevy
This is a very common problem on all chevy trucks for this year. The door lock solenoids are integrated into the door latch assembly, and are notoriously weak. They will work fine sometimes, others they just seem to barely move or not at all. You will need to replaced the door lock / latch assembly for the affected door.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
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