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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Low Beams Stay On
Also, the daytime driving lights are controlled by relay. It's possible the relay may have melted down inside and is shorted, remaining on even when primary ignition power is off. The relay runs about $15.00 to $20.00 USD and might be worth a shot to replace. Likely you can get one at a recycling yard for a dollar or two.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: Blower won't shut off
I had the same problem, 2004 Silverado. If it bothers you to have the blower running while you are working on replacing the resistor, disconnect the positive batter cable before starting. I bought a BWD blower resister (part # RU1064) from Action Auto for around $28. It will work, however the mounting brackets are not the same, so I used black tape to stablize the unit. I think you COULD buy the OEM one, probably a little more $. Step by step solution as I did it:
1. Use a 7mm ratchet to remove the 4 screws holding the large plastic cover under the dash. You will need a small extention for the middle screw. Remove the cover.
2. Locate the motor resistor to the right. Using a 5.5mm ratchet, remove the 2 screws holding the unit in place. Remove the 7 pin connector from the old unit. Follow the 2 strand wire up and remove the connector from the blower. A small screwdriver is helpful for removing the connectors.
3. Connect the new, 2 wire connector to the blower. Connect the 7 wire connector to the new resistor. If you are installing the unit I mentioned, you may want to secure it with a couple of strips of black electrical tape.
4. Test the new unit to make sure all connections are good, then re-place the cover.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Code P0446 is related to your vehicles evaporative emissions system. Often this is caused by your gas cap not being properly tightened.
Before running out and spending money on this issue be sure the gas cap is in good condition and make sure it's tight. (At least 2 or 3 turns after it begins to click)
Drive the car for a few days. If the check engine light doesn't turn off you will need to go to a repair shop who can scan and troubleshoot the problem.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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