Question about 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 chevy cavalier horn
The clicking most likely is coming from the horn relay. This is ususally mounted under the hood but may be different on your vehicle. Best thing to do is have someone lay on the floor on the passenger side and see if he/she can hear exactly where the click is coming from. If the relay is touched you will be able to feel it when it clicks. Good luck
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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I made you 3 pdf's showing the 3 Fuse Panel and the descriptions of each for you. You can download them by clicking the Links below...
Underhood Fuse/Relay Panel
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Posted on Mar 31, 2009
It doesn't blow cold air? Doesn't come on at all? What's the problem? If it doesn't blow cold after a charge, it leaks. Either on the compressor or in a line or both. To start at the dealer, a compressor is about $1200. That's what they told me. I have two leaks. You can buy remanufactured compressor on ebay for under $200. Or find a good shop (polar bear around here) with reasonable prices and have them do it for something in between.
If it no air is moved at all by your climate control system, the blower motor could be fried, the switch may have gone bad or a fuse is blown perhaps. If it moves air, but not cold air, recharge it and see if it stays cold. If so, great! If not, find the leak.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
SOURCE: adjust dr side door
If you can grab the end of the door and lift on,and there's movement, what you need is the door hings bushing, most all auto parts sell this as a kit, cost about $6.00, the only adjustment you will have will be at the striker bolt, that the part where the door latch, latches to, to hold the door close, it unscrews and it will have some adjustment, but not much.There not adjustment for door hing.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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