Question about 2004 Buick LeSabre
This is the task i don't even recommend someone to do it yourself unless one has little more than mechanical incline. this common problems with many GM vehicle, it may not need any parts. the ac unit is working fine, the problems is, it behind the dash air flow control unit. the bad part is time consuming taking the dash apart to get to it. once behind the dash one has to know what to look for. any shop/dealers will get you on the labors, some will hit you 250-350 just to do the simple job even-though its time consuming. next time you get an oil change, see if you can talk to one of mechanics and ask does he know of any mechanic that does side work. you be surprise all the year I have worked in automotive industry, every shop has those mechanics. you can wheel and deal with them to see if he willing to do the job at agreeable price. this will you best avenue if you don't want to take the task. I know some mechanics advertise on craig list and some will even come to your home. You can also advertise it "needing a mechanic", with this economy I know lots of mechanic are starving.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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