Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
The heater fan motor doesnt seem to work , it would make a burn smell , you can feel heat comeing from vents and cold air come out when a/c is on but not under fan power , where is heater fan motor and how do you get it out and could it be a relay ?
This is most likely a blown heater core. It's almost sweet smelling, correct? If so, have your mechanic or dealership check it out right away, this will cause a low coolant and possibly an overheating issue.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: Burning smell when ac is turn on
well as for the ford man sorry to here that. I am a holden man myself, but it is most likly that your fan switch is on its way out if you have a test light just pop the switch out and see if you have power to your high setting if not replace your switch. And for mgauthier I would suggest you just reroute your overflow pipe so it overflows onto the ground not onto hot metal parts. But you shouldn't have coolant coming out your overflow all the time. As for burning smell it was probably the switch burning out and failing.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
working on 4 and 5 speed that the resistor that broken cold air you got to move the selector to see the motor that move the trap hot and cold sometime when the motor was not move to the hot side for a long time its jam the motor on the passager side under dash put to hot and gently tap the motor tanks pierre
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
First....check your radiator...make sure its full. No water = no heat. Have you noticed that the knob controlling your heater has become much easier to move? If so, your cable may have come loose. Disconnect your Neg. battery cable. Remove radio, ac/heater control panel. This usually involves removing a few screws. Find your heater control valve located behind above items. You will see what looks like a plastic box behind the dash. On that box, you will find a cable mounted there that moves a lever back and forth. Make sure it moves the lever when you move your control knob. This is your heater control valve. While in there, look for any loose vacuum lines, connections, etc.
A little common sense goes a long way.
If anyone has been working on car in the same area i.e. radio..etc. this could cause one to investigate possible problems as a result.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
You will probably need a new RF temperature actuator which is on top of your HVAC box/under dash pad.($400 + at dealership.) I have replaced MANY....They get stuck and dont know where they are...If you want to try and recalibrate them yourself you can remove the HVAC/ECAS fuse in the underhood fuse block for 30 seconds(engine running) and reinstall the fuse and wait(IMPORTANT) 2 minutes...do not operate the a/c controls during this time...(engine still running) ..Then shut off vehicle and wait 30 seconds.. start the engine again and operate the A/C and see what happens....Hope this helps!!
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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