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2008 Charger R/T hemi with dual zone HVAC: Shortly after replacing the ignition switch module, we started having problems with heat only coming from half of the dash/floor outlets. Then it quit heatin

My personal belief is that the problem is related to the ignition switch replacement that occurred just prior to the onset of these issues. I've seen several mentions of having the dealer "flash" the electrical system to cure other electrical problems. Would this be way off base?

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If you had the battery disconnected to replace the ignition switch the use a scanner to reset the CPU program

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The hoses from your heater core should be very hot to the touch. Check the hoses going to the core from the water pump. It should be very hot. The return hose should also be very hot. Now check the hoses going to the core. If they are not the same temp, then your heater control valve is not working correctly or the vacuum is not working. At any rate, locate the vacuum line going to the heater valve. Remove the silver bar on the valve from the plastic plunger arm. You will have heat all the time now if it was only a vacuum problem. You can fix it later when it's warmer out. BTW a 200* thermostat will make your heater even hotter.

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squeeze the hoses to get any air bubbles out and refill coolant as necesary. are you sure you put thermostat in the right way? may be backwards. also may be your sensor.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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wow, well its def a electrical issue.this almost same thing happened to my buddie 2000 trans am,the dealership replaced the ecm after 2 or 3 trips in there.his dash lights did the same thing and he had trouble starting it to,just not as regular as your problem.

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SOURCE: 2002 Mercury Sable, Heating Problem

Hello. You are in luck. I just had this same issue in my shop this week. We changed the thermostat, and replaced the coolant. Fixed it right up. Since you did not mention a new thermostat, that would be my next move, if I were you.

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SOURCE: 2001 Oldsmobile Bravada no heat

You may have an air bubble in your coolant system. If so, use a large coolant funnel designed to purge out air bubbles. The funnel attaches to your radiator with cap removed. Check it out on line. It costs about $25.

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Where's the coolant level sensor located on a 6.0 '02 Chevy 2500 HD Silverado?


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08-08-49-002: False Triggering of Low Coolant Level Warning Message (Reprogram HVAC Control Module) - (Feb 13, 2008)

Subject:
False Triggering Of Low Coolant Level Warning Message (Reprogram HVAC Control Module)

Models:
2007-2008 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty Series Only
2007-2008 GMC Sierra 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty Series Only
with 6.6L Diesel Engine (VIN 6 -- RPO LMM)

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Condition
Some customers may comment that a "COOLANT LEVEL LOW ADD COOLANT" message is displayed in the Driver Information Center (DIC) even though the coolant level is normal.

Cause
This condition may be caused by a false reading during off-road driving or in high slush conditions.

Correction
Do This - Reprogram the HVAC control module.
Don't Do This - Do not replace the coolant level sensor, HVAC control module or radiator surge tank.


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Warranty Information
For vehicles repaired under warranty, use:
Labor: Operation D4707
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Had the battery changed, but now the (heat) vents in the top of the van and the floor vent (heat) does not work - only cold air comes out. Also, the heating/cooling dial lets it get hot midway on cold...


Try this calibration procedure and let us know if you have more questions:
  1. Start the vehicle.
  2. Wait 40 seconds for the HVAC control module to self-calibrate.
  3. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs.
  4. Clear all DTCs.
  5. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  6. With the Mode knob in the PANEL position, press and hold the AC button for 5 seconds.
  7. Rotate the Mode knob fully counterclockwise.
  8. Rotate the Mode knob fully clockwise.
  9. Rotate the Mode knob fully counterclockwise.
  10. Release the AC button.
  11. Wait 40 seconds for the HVAC control module to self-calibrate.
  12. Start the vehicle.
  13. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs.

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try this,
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  2. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  3. Install the HVAC actuator.
  4. Connect all previously disconnected components.
  5. Remove the HVAC B fuse for a minimum of 10 seconds.
  6. Install the HVAC B fuse.
  7. Start the vehicle.
  8. Wait 40 seconds for the HVAC control module to self-calibrate.
  9. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs.

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The HVAC control module determines the door position by counting motor pulses on one of the control circuits. These pulses are small voltage fluctuations that occur when the brush is shorted across two commutator contacts as the motor rotates. As the actuator shaft rotates, the HVAC control module monitors the voltage drop across an internal resistance to detect the pulses. The HVAC control module converts the pulses to counts with a range of 0-255 counts. The HVAC control module uses a range of 0-255 counts to index the actuator position.
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Re-Calibrating Actuators (Primary)
When replacing the HVAC control module it will be necessary to allow the HVAC control module to perform a calibration process. When installing the HVAC control module be sure to perform the following:Important: Do not adjust any controls on the HVAC control module while the HVAC control module is self-calibrating. If interrupted, improper HVAC performance will result.
  1. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  2. Disconnect the scan tool.
  3. Install the HVAC control module.
  4. Connect all previously disconnected components.
  5. Start the vehicle.
  6. Wait 40 seconds for the HVAC control module to self-calibrate.
  7. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs.
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Alternate Method (W/O Scan Tool)
  1. Clear all DTCs.
  2. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  3. Install the HVAC actuator.
  4. Connect all previously disconnected components.
  5. Remove the HVAC B fuse for a minimum of 10 seconds.
  6. Install the HVAC B fuse.
  7. Start the vehicle.
  8. Wait 40 seconds for the HVAC control module to self-calibrate.
  9. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs.
Preferred Method (W/ Scan Tool)
  1. Clear all DTCs.
  2. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position.
  3. Install the HVAC actuator.
  4. Connect all previously disconnected components.
  5. Start the vehicle.
  6. With the scan tool, initiate the Motor Re-calibration feature of the Heating and Air Conditioning Special Functions menu.
  7. Verify that no DTCs have set as current DTCs.

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