Question about 2003 Chevrolet Blazer
Check any vacuum hoses from engine all the way to heater/a/c housing under dash,for leaks. Then manually move or put a vacuum guage on every vac motor you can see and get to. Your working your way back to the switch. If you want to you could start at the switch but % wise and degree of difficult your better to back in. Now a schematic will make the process easier. Hard to work on a system you don't know .Electrical or Computer sometimes play into these, I have an older S10 so no computer.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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