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you will have to gain access to the cables. and levers and to the
how to remove all those parts and not break very old plastic takes some skill , some parts just pull off others have hidden screws.
here is a quote on control panel.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Pull the control knobs from the levers.
Release the latches at the rear of the bezel. Remove the control assembly lens and disconnect the bulb.
Disconnect the control cables at the blower and heater assembly.
Remove the control assembly fasteners.
Pull the control assembly out and disconnect the electrical connections.
Disconnect the control cables from the levers.
Remove the blower, air conditioning and heater switch
Open your brake reservoir and check fluid level. Add fluid to proper level and slowly squeeze the lever, watching for bubbles or fluid flow in the reservoir. Check the brake calipers to ensure there is not a leak in that area. If no leaks, continue squeezing the brake until it is fully operational. May have to add fluid while doing this. Close reservoir.
Fix a kohler faucet
most likely the gasket broke inside the lever, you have to replace it.
shut the water off from the angle stop (valve under the sink) both hot and cold.
use an allen wrench ("L" wrench) to remove the tiny screw around the lever, >>>>before you do that place a rag covering the drain for if you drop it<<<<
after that pull the lever out, that will show the inside of the faucet.
use an adjustable wrench to remove the actuator from the base.
when you get that part out you should be able to see the damage to the gasket. At that point you need a phillips screwdriver to get the gasket out and back in >>>>take the damaged gasket to the hardware store<<<< and get a replacement you may have to change more than one.
after you get all the gaskets in place, reinsert the actuator and don't forget to tight it up with the adjustable wrench.
center it so it would dispense the same amount of hot and cold water, replace the lever
reinsert the tiny screw with the "L" wrench.
turn on water from angle valves and test faucet.
that should do it and save you about 300 bucks
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If it is not the lever you will need to remove the steering wheel and the lock plate under the wheel, this will require special tools, these are a GM locking steering wheel spring compressor and a steering wheel puller, these tools can be purchase at upscale auto parts stores like NAPA and Carquest, they are made by KD Tools.
I bet that the slider control is not working properly, look on the drivers floor under the dash by the center console, you should see a diverter lever that moves when you select the air flow position. The cable may be disengaged or the lever can sometimes stick, or it just may need adjustment. you can manually detatch the cable and move the diverter control lever to see if the baffle inside the housing is functioning correctly to direct the air flow to the windshield. If any of the above do not function, a trip to your local junk yard may help with replacement parts for a reasonable price, assuming your a hands on type person. Good luck