Question about 2005 Chevrolet Suburban
I just changed my battery on 2005 suburban and now my driver side blows cool air like it is supposed to but the passenger side is blowing hot air. please help
WOW, works great but you do have to connect the neg lead first then the positive as shown, I tried it the other way and it only changed the side the hot air was blowing out of.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
Try to play with your controls...
put it on heater mode then after 2 mins, put it back to ac mode and observe..
the flaps sometimes stuck to its position and by putting it back and forst would unstuck and it and might work again .
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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If you touched any of the A/C controls within 45 seconds of starting your Suburban (after the battery change), you messed up the 'calibration mode' of the HVAC.
Pull the HVAC fuse (10amp) under the hood, and pull the two adjacent fuses (30 and 10amp) under the dash listed as 'climate control' in the manual.
Push the fuses back in, restart your car, but DONT TOUCH ANY of the A/C controls for 90 seconds.
I bet the A/C starts working again normally.
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