Question about 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche
First of all I would find a new mechanic. That is outrageously pricey. Whatever side is blowing the hot air you need to change the temperature control door actuator. These can be difficult to get to and if installed wrong, you will have to jump through hoops to get the actuator ligned back up again. If you replace it; Make sure you bolt the new actuator in BEFORE you plug the connector in. If not, there is a whole long crazy proceedure you will need to do in order to get the actuator ligned up. But seriously if you don't want to attmept this yourself, find another mechanic ! ! Don't quote me on this, but if I remember correctly it should not be any more that 2 hours labor tops plus cost of the part.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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