Question about 2009 Chevrolet Malibu
Most repairs to the heater/Ac system require the dash assembly to be removed for access. Not a job for someone unless they are experienced due t air bags and electronics
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the three torx screws using a torx-20 screwdriver...pull back the padding in the footwell...there is tab holding the left part of the plastic piece, use a flat-head screwdriver
to pop it out...you may need to disconnect the light connector, and the cigarette lighter connection.. Once the plastic piece is out, you will see a large white box, the filter is
inside this box. There are two yellow clips that need to be slided to the
left/right. The box then pops out from below and the folded-filter will fall
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Posted on Aug 02, 2009
I have the same problem with my 2001 Tahoe. The front blower is working, its blowing strong, but its cold air even with the temp setting as high as it can get. The rear blows hot air. The engine temp guage is at about 210ish which is close to being normal (220). I just replaced the thermostate a few months ago, I don't know if its bad again, or it I deluted the antifreeze too much and it frooze the heater core, or if the heater core just went bad. Any one know what the cause could be?
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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Posted on Nov 03, 2010
I had the same problem with my 2009 RAV4 lower glove box. I removed the box by popping the top front right post and then the top left front post from theside housings by prying them free with my fingers. They pop out easily. I then let the box fall open and while holding it level to the floor, pulled forward, released the piston from the post on the right, and the glove compartment came out without tools. There was a plastic electrical box cover, which came loose behind the glove box, blocking it from closing. I snapped the cover plate back in place and then reversed the glove box removal process. It took a few minutes and I needed no tools.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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