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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2993 Buick Rendezvous
The dryer that you are talking about is mounted to the a/c condensor assy. infront of the radiator. I do not think that there is a low pressure switch by the drier on this particular model though. This particular vehicle uses an evaporator temp. sensor to control the operation, much like most cars using a low pressure switch. The problem with this type of set up is that you must remove the entire dash assy. to get to the sensor. If you can give me a little more info on the problem that you are having, I will be glad to further assist you.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
Well, either you have a blown fuse. (Check your fuse panel)
Your resistor/relay has burned out. (It will be on the passenger side under the dash and will be wired and connected between the controls and the blower motor which should look burnt if bad)
Your blower motor has burned out which can be tested by applying 12 volts directly to it.
The resistor will be around $25 and the blower motor will be much more. You can get everything from a Ford Dealer or an auto parts store once you figure out what is bad.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: Air Conditioner Problem
the most common problem here is a defective air temperature control blend door actuator, this is what moves the door that controls air flow across the heater core or the ac evaporator core, to replace this requires u remove the dash assembly.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
hi press. switch on compressor could cause problem - there is a service bulletin for this - i will be testing a 2003 buick tommorow for this problem
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
I have the same problem exactly, if i turn off the ignition and then turn it back on it begins blowing cold air again. I would like to know what the problen is as it sounds like it is not unique to just my vehicle.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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