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Replace heat a/c control panel 2003 Chevy S-10

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SOURCE: Heater only work on high

Most likely is the resistor when they fault the default to high giving you off and high only

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SOURCE: heater control 98 chevy s10 blazer

These trucks have a problem where moisture builds up in the heater box then freezes. When this freezes and you change your heater settings it breaks the shaft for the blend door. If this is what happened you should be able to look under the dash above and to the right of the gas pedal and you will see two vaccuum accuators one of them you should be able to wiggle around the linkage if it is broke. To fix this you need to remove the entire dash to get the heater box out which involves discharging the AC and draining the coolant because the heater core and evaporator come out. Please rate.

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You first have to disarm and remove the air bag (unscrews with bolts from behind the steering wheel) and then you will see the screws for the switches. Only the silverado awitches will work.

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SOURCE: no power to the heater/ac control of our 89 chevy silverado

IF YOUR BLOWER MOTOR IS GOOD AND FUSE IS GOOD TO AC/HEAT THAN THE CONTROL BOARD IS NO GOOD

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SOURCE: How do you replace the pressure control solenoid

The pressure control solenoid is inside the transmission under the pan on the drivers side. To replace it you will need a lift and a trans jack. It is really hard to do on the ground because you have to remove the sub-frame from the car. If you are not familiar with trans components and removal you may be better off taking it to a shop. You can do more harm than good. Good Luck

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How hard is it to change a heater core for a 2003 chevy trailblazer ext lx with the 5.3l engine and rear air? I have changed the heater control valve 3 times over the life of the vehicle and it is now...


Thats every bit of a 10 hours job, and thats if you know what to do and you have all the tools.

It definetly sounds like you have a leak, but would not say right off its the heater core....the control or a hose could be leaking....I would check those first.

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No heat in my 2002 chevy s-10. Already changed


The heat is controled by a control valve installed in one of the heater hoses. It normally is controled by eather a vaccuum line or a cable coming from inside the truck at the dash where you slide the hot to cold adjustment.Find the valve under the hood at the hose,have someone move the control inside the truck.If its vaccuum you can pull off the hose and see if you have vac.If its a cable you should se it move.

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Rear heater blows cold


First thing I'd do is make sure your coolant level at radiator is up to proper level.Your auxiliary heat/cool unit should be in behind the right rear interior panel . (passenger side) If you remove that panel & check the hoses or lines going into it, they should be warm/hot to touch when heat on & engine warmed up to operating temperature. If not, it's most likely a problem with the electronic control, not allowing coolant flow to it, and I'm almost sure that the control cannot be fixed, but needs to be replaced. Triple check all your fuses for heater controls etc, but if everything else is working except the heat part, I'm guessing control at dash needs replacement.

Dec 31, 2008 | 2003 Dodge Durango

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Heater control switch


To replace the control module, you'll need to remove the front dash facia panel to access the virtical console modules. Four (4) phillips head screws must be removed to pop out the this panel.
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