Question about 1994 GMC Sonoma
Check the back of the unit. sometimes there is a metal piece that is connected and it has simply come off. other times the control unit (the dials you control for heat air etc) has gone bad with time and will need to be replaced
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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A special tool, such as the one shown,
is necessary to disengage the temperature control cable from the back of
the control panel
Temperature control cable component identification
Exploded view of the heater control panel mounting
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To remove the control panel, first remove the trim cover and remove the panel mounting screws . . .
. . . then disengage the locking tabs on the temperature control cable . . .
. . . and detach the control cable. Detach all wiring harness connectors and remove the panel
Prior to installing the temperature
control cable, turn the control knob and the cable indicator to the
mid-points of their ranges
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