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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Electrical issue
Check the relays and fuses. fuse wires etc. You can remove the relays and see if jiggling them after replacing them does not help . It seems that the changing of the headlamp caused the relays to get **** in the open position. many of this accesories are grouped together on a few relays or fuses. the burnt out fuse wires you can easily spot. They are literally burnt out.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
CHECK THE DRAIN TUBE FOR YOUR A/C EVAPERATOR, LITTLE TUBE COMONG OUT OF THE FIRE WALL AT BOTTOM, TAKE A SMALL WIRE & CLEAN IT OUT
Posted on May 26, 2009
This is most likely a leaking heater core. The heater core looks like a small radiator, hot engine coolant flows through it and a blower moves air across it to heat the inside of the car. A replacement heater core for your vehicle is about $75 and you should be able to replace it yourself with a few basic tools.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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