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GM Recalls 2010 Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrainwww.autoevolution.com > News > RecallsDec 29, 2009 - "The software in the center instrument panel can cause the heating, air conditioning defrost, ... I have a 2007 Equinox, just had the fuel injectors cleaned out..... On 1 February 2011 at 23:32 UTC, al (gonzo) said: .... 60,000 miles I wonder if that will be covered under this recall? does say ac may stop working.Ac Problem: I Have a 2007 Equinox. the Air Conditioner Will ...www.2carpros.com/questions/2007-chevrolet-equinox-ac-problem
There should be a 30amp HVAC fuse in the fuse box in the passenger compartment. The location should be in your owners manual. Keep in mind you have an electronic control panel and a control module that manages the blower speed and the other controls. Either one of these components could have failed.
Start the car and turn the air conditioning on. Allow the
engine to run a few minutes so the air can cool. Check to make sure you
have the proper buttons selected. This simple step may uncover the root
of the problem.
Adjust the air controls on the dashboard to see how they are
working. If the controls move the way they should with the proper
amount of resistance and stopping in the right places but have effect on
the air, then the problem may as simple as a blown fuse. If the
controls are not working at all, then the problem is in the control
Get to the fuse box in a Ford Explorer by removing the
instrument panel to the left and slightly below the steering wheel.
There is a fuse remover provided in the fuse box. A blown fuse will have
a broken wire in it. In a Ford Explorer, this fuse is red number 10.
Find the control panel by prying off the top instrument
panel around the air conditioning temperature controls. Unscrew four
screws, one in each corner, and remove the temperature control panel.
Unplug four electrical connectors and one vacuum hose to the control
Listen for the blower motor to be properly working while the
engine is running and the air conditioning controls are turned to high.
Adjust them from low to high to make sure the blower motor noise
increases and decrease accordingly.
WELL TURN ON AC MAX COLD HIGH TO SEE IF COOLANT FANS TURN ON.IF NOT YOUR REFRIGERANT SO LOW THAT THE AC REFRIGERANT PRESSURE SENSOR WONT CLOSE CIRCUIT TO TURN ON COOLING FANS.MEANING YOU NEED HAVE AC CHECKED AND CHARGED.ALSO CHECK COMPRESSOR FOR POWER IF NOT YOU HAVE BLOWED FUSE OR BAD RELAY.IF FUSE AND RELAY GOOD YOUR AC COMPRESSOR CLUTCH COIL OPEN OR THE AC CONTROL SWITCH IS BAD.IF COMPRESSOR IS RUNNING WHEN YOU TURN ON AC YOUR AIR TEMPERATURE ACTUATOR NOT WORKING.
its a 15 watt fuse in the kick panel under the dash. go to the auto repair store and buy a fuse kit so you can can always have spare fuses on hand. it also has a tester in it. my screen went blank as well and I, like you wasnt able to control the heat or air til I changes this fuse. I hope it works for you. best of luck!!!!!!!!