Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
On the passenger side. so i turned the a/c off it still was making the noise, and when i turned the car completely off it still was tapping
I have the same probley 2006 LS... Solve if you notice when you press that button that closes off the out side air of your car it makes that... (More) if you notice when you press that button that closes off the out side air of your car it makes that noise.you don't even have to turn on the ac. it is just that open and close air vent that is stuck and it taps until it closes all the way. there is a motor that openes and closes that vent and on the motor that opens and closes that vent is a connector that just needs to be readjusted. i took the gove compartment off to see where the noise was and i found it. when you press those two buttons (the open and close air buttons) you can see the vent open and close and on the right of that vent you will see the motor and the connector that has to be readjusted. i hope you are good with taking things apart. it took me a second to see how it worked but it was so easy to fix. better than paying the dealer ship. if you have questions please ask me
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Is your blend door motor you need to replace it is in the glove box area. two screws and your done
Posted on Jan 10, 2012
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