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Where do you charge a 1999 Chevy Tahoe A/C system?

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Charge At he low side port, the low side is the large AC line, it may also me on the accumulator, that is a can like part near the firewall, the low side line goes to it from the AC compressor. Make sure you pull a vacuum on the system before you charge it, other wise it may not cool properly due to water vapor in the in the system.

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 chevy tahoe when it gets wet doors lock.

they're shorting from the water running down the inside of your door...pull the door panel and install a sheet of plastic over the window controls with duct tape at the top, sortof like a "flap" over the top of the window switches...make it 5-6 wider than the switch area.
Your window "sweep" (at the top of the door) is most likely shot.
Good Luck

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SOURCE: Repair book labor 1999 Tahoe Fuel Pump

the labor time is 2.1 hours,but that does not include the drain and refill, hope this helps. information from ALLDATA 10.10. Please rate my fix as i strive to be the best, if you need more help get back to me

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SOURCE: fuel pump replacement 1999 chevy tahoe

I have a 1999 Tahoe and the fuel pump went out. I realized this when trying to start the engine and it would not turn over. When I advanced the ignition to ACC, there was no "buzzing noise" indicating that the fuel pump was active. Also, if you were to remove the fuel cap and have a friend listen as you turn the key to the ACC once more, they should here the fuel pump activate. If no sound is present, it's a good chance that the fuel pump is faulty. <br />There are additional ways to check the pump, but I am unfamiliar with them. The dealer had the OEM part for approximately $336. You might as well add another $300-$400 on top of that for the labor. I bought the exact GM part from A

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