Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
You could do an ohms check on the a/c compressor clutch see if shorted to ground unplug compressor clutch use ohm meter connect one end to clutch wire the other to engine ground aka a brkt see if reads low resistance or o.l. if ok probably a shorted wire poss goin to compressor
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: air conditioner blowing fuses
there might be a problem in the electric circutiry! or check the generator / dynamo or perhaps, loose electric connections are causing the problem!!
Posted on May 08, 2009
heater core is going bad my dodge ram truck did the same thing for about three months then steam startedcoming out of the vents it was antifreeze i have not fixed it yet i just bypassed it for now cause its hot and i have to take the dash completly out to get to it, and yes my airconditioner was blowing out hot now immediatly after i bypassed it blows cold again.you have to find where it goes into the motor on both sides so follow the hoses from firewall then buy a 3ft hose to go from one side of motor to the other problem fixed! well that is you wont have a heater until you change the heater core
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
FUSES ON TOP OF BATTERY.FUSES AT THE LEFT END UNDER THE DASH OF THE INSTRUMENT PANEL.LOOK FOR BLOWN 30 AMP FUSES.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Found the fuses! There are 3 on top of the battery and I cannot get the one out! Suggestions? Thanks!"
You need to make sure the freon is correct,by having ac gauges put on the system,if the compressor is running the gauges will tell if there is a problem with the ac system itself,now,it can be the temp door actuator motor that is in the dash,if it is not moving the temp door open,it will need to be replaced.
Posted on May 27, 2010
SOURCE: 2004 acura mdx. turn
I have the same problem with my MDX. I live in the Bahamas and there are no Acura dealerships here. I had two mechanics look at it and they could not fix the problem, so I took matters into my own hands. After checking for blown fuses I did a self diagnosis on the climate control panel, I got a DTC that related to a fault in the blower motor circuit. I went through the step by step diagnosis of the circuit and found that the blower motor was faulty. Acura's climate control has a couple sensor that monitor the blower speed, if the sensor do not detect that the blower is running they will not allow the compressor to run, in essence the rear blower will run but the system will not cool. You may need to replace the blower. The quickest way to check if the blower is faulty is to pull the connector off the blower, turn the iignition on and the ac system on, You should get battery voltage on the connector. If you have battery voltage at the connector and the fan doesn't run the youv'e solved the problem. If you don't have voltage at the connector with the ignition switch on and the ac system on you problem could be the front blower power transistor. If you need diagrams and how to retrieve self diagnostic DTC contact me: email@example.com
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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