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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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As far as the A/C goes. Does the A/C compressor turn on?? if so, than you may have a MODE door problem in the air box. Do all heater knobs turn freely or is one of the binding up?? I have seen the MODE door gears falling off and sticking the MODE door on hot setting. Test knobs for movement. If A/C compressor is not coming on, than you may have a leak and all freon leaked out or it could be just a simple thing like fuse or relay. Test to see if A/C compressor comes on. As far as the alarm goes, you need to switch your security from silent to non silent mode. Here is how its done. Hold BOTH lock and unlock buttoms together for about 5 seconds. (the directionals or sidelamps will flash)That will switch the alarmmode to NON SILENT and back to SILENT if you need to.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
sound like you have a bad blower resister some have a module next to the fan on the passenger side by your feet there is a resister that is inserted in to the blower box or black box that is a module that is inserted that neads to be changed
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
I have just ordered the part to fix this. It is the A/C vacuum actuator (not sure why they call it a vacuum actuator because it is an electric actuator). It is under the dash on the driver's side close to the radio. There are two in the same area. It is the one closest to the floor. You can verify by taking it out (pull out duct that runs from center of vehicle to the outside to get better access), and actuating the vent by hand with the blower on to see if you now get air out the middle vents.
The part number is 1573596 from Rock Auto on the net. It cost $40.79.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Most cabin filters are behind the glove box and require you to remove a stop screw to open the glove box completely to allow access to the filter....check your owners manual for exact replacment instructions. If the A/C is still not cooling well, purchase a can or R134a with a pressure guage at you local auto parts store and follow the directions on recharging the system. If you need to recharger it again later, have the system inspected for a leak.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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