Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala
We have the same problem on our 05 Impala....The fan operates randomly..The A/C is fine, as is the heat...the problem is the blower just does not work...then it works....then it does not work....just another issue with the piece of junk that GM will not stand behind....Ours has 70K miles and has been serviced faithfully, and driven highway miles almost 100%....we've replaced the Ignition (cause it went on the fritz multiple times, finally leaving us stranded late at night away from home) & the thermostat (which showed that our temp was in the red zone the moment the car started, the fan blows at will, the left and right blinkers work at will (sometimes they blink and sometimes they just come on solid, & the speedometer has issues (I've never driven 140 mph in my life, but tell that to theis 05 Impala)....all in all, there is very little "right" with this car. It's just a mess, and one that we can not afford to keep
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
Do You mean air doesnt blow cold or fan doesnt blow strong.If you mean it doesnt blow cold that means you need to have a/c recharged.The reason it gets cold after being on the road for a while is because compressor takes time to cool freon when it is very low
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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