Question about 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
1995 chev tahoe...AC quit working. fan would blow...it wouldnt do anything whatsoever. finally figured our it was the control panel(panel whre you turn on the fan, control temp, determine if it blows on your face feet etc.) replaced the panel and it worked perfectly for 2-3 days then quit again just like before wouldnt do anything. If it matters when it quit the 1st time the cruise control quit working as well. when i replaced the panel the cruise started back working
There is a resistor panel that controls the fan speeds behind the glove box on the dash. You remove the glove box and you will see the airbox. Sitting down in the left top, with 2 screws holding it in, will be the resistor panel. It consists of 4 springs and a resistor. All out of veiw, inside the airbox. Remove the 2 screws and unplug the plug. Pull out the old resistor and replace with the new one. It only cost around $15-20 bucks at the local auto part store. This will get your fan blowing. If your fan is blowing but the air is not cold, I would suggest to check and see if the compressor clutch is working properly. If not, try giving it a light tap while running. If it is working, you may want to recharge your freon.
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