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Control box needed

We require a box that can cover the air conditioning control panel - This is to stop people in the office turning it on and off! I don't know the technical term for these - can you help?

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Controls for ac not working on 1998 buick century


see this steps and fix it. God bless you

Start the car and turn the air conditioning on. Allow the engine to run a few minutes so the air can cool. Check to make sure you have the proper buttons selected. This simple step may uncover the root of the problem.

  • 2 Adjust the air controls on the dashboard to see how they are working. If the controls move the way they should with the proper amount of resistance and stopping in the right places but have effect on the air, then the problem may as simple as a blown fuse. If the controls are not working at all, then the problem is in the control panel.
  • 3 Get to the fuse box in a Ford Explorer by removing the instrument panel to the left and slightly below the steering wheel. There is a fuse remover provided in the fuse box. A blown fuse will have a broken wire in it. In a Ford Explorer, this fuse is red number 10.
  • 4 Find the control panel by prying off the top instrument panel around the air conditioning temperature controls. Unscrew four screws, one in each corner, and remove the temperature control panel. Unplug four electrical connectors and one vacuum hose to the control panel.
  • 5 Listen for the blower motor to be properly working while the engine is running and the air conditioning controls are turned to high. Adjust them from low to high to make sure the blower motor noise increases and decrease accordingly.
  • Oct 04, 2012 | 1998 Buick Century

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    My fan blower motor only works on high,They say it maybe the resistor may be bad, where is it ? Thanks, Jim


    Hi, the resistor is screwed to the side of the blower housing behind the glove box. See procedure below to replace the resistor. You don't have to complete all steps in the procedure. just work your way to the point that you can unscrew the resistor. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

    1990-93 Accord

    See Figures 2, 3 and 4
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
    2. Remove the glove box.
    3. Remove the glove box frame (lower support)

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    Fig. Fig. 2: Remove the glove box and frame

    1. If not equipped with air conditioning:
      1. Remove the three screws and remove the heater duct.
      2. Remove the blower mounting nuts. Unplug the wiring from the blower motor, resistor and recirculation control motor, then remove the blower assembly.

    2. If equipped with air conditioning:
      1. Lift the carpet in the passenger compartment. Remove the side cover (kick panel).
      2. Remove the control unit bracket nuts; unplug the five connectors and remove the control unit bracket.
      3. Remove the retaining band, then remove the blower lower covers. Do not break the tabs on the lower covers.
      4. Remove the retaining nuts and remove the blower assembly.
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    Fig. Fig. 3: Air conditioned models require the removal of the control unit. Handle it carefully


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    Apr 04, 2011 | 1993 Honda Accord

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    I cant find the blower motor


    If you mean the climate control blower motor, it's usually under the dash on the passenger side on Hondas.

    1990-93 Accord
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
    2. Remove the glove box.
    3. Remove the glove box frame (lower support) Fig. 2: Remove the glove box and frame 86806004.gif

    4. If not equipped with air conditioning:
      1. Remove the three screws and remove the heater duct.
      2. Remove the blower mounting nuts. Unplug the wiring from the blower motor, resistor and recirculation control motor, then remove the blower assembly.
    5. If equipped with air conditioning:
      1. Lift the carpet in the passenger compartment. Remove the side cover (kick panel).
      2. Remove the control unit bracket nuts; unplug the five connectors and remove the control unit bracket.
      3. Remove the retaining band, then remove the blower lower covers. Do not break the tabs on the lower covers.
      4. Remove the retaining nuts and remove the blower assembly. Fig. 3: Air conditioned models require the removal of the control unit. Handle it carefully 86806005.gif
        Fig. 4: Remove the lower covers from the blower unit 86806006.gif
        To install:
    6. Install the blower unit and tighten the retaining nuts.
    7. On air conditioned vehicles:
      1. Install the lower covers and the retaining band.
      2. Install the control unit bracket and carefully engage the wiring connectors to their proper location.
      3. Install the kick panel and reposition the carpet.
    8. Connect the wiring to the blower assembly. For non-air conditioned vehicles, install the air duct and tighten the screws.
    9. Install the glove box frame and install the glove box. Note that some of trim on the frame is held with 2-sided tape; replace the tape when reassembling as necessary.
    10. If applicable, enable the SRS.
    11. Connect the negative battery cable.
    1988-91 Prelude
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Remove the glove box and frame (lower support).
    3. Remove the 4 screws and remove the heater duct. Fig. 5: The glove box and frame are secured by several small screws 86806007.gif

    4. Remove the 3 mounting bolts.
    5. Unplug the wiring connectors from the blower motor, resistor and recirculation controller. Remove the blower motor assembly.
    6. Reinstall in reverse order. Make certain the blower mating surfaces are tightly sealed.

    Jan 08, 2011 | 1992 Honda Accord

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    Need to remove heater A/C dash control , what is proper procedure?


    Look at fig. 4 for the heater a/c dash control: HEATER CORE Altima REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
    1. Position the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
    2. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
    3. Disconnect the negative (() battery cable; then, the positive (+) battery cable. NOTE: Wait for a least 3 minutes after disconnecting the battery cables for the charge in the air bag circuit to dissipate before working on the air bag module(s).
    4. Remove the driver's side SRS and steering wheel by removing or disconnecting the following:
      • Lower lid from the steering wheel and disconnect the driver's air bag module connector
      • Left and right side lids from the steering wheel
      • Special bolts from both side of the steering wheel using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50)
      • Air bag module and store it face up
      • Horn's electrical connector and remove the steering wheel nut
      • Steering wheel from the steering column using a suitable puller
    5. Remove the passenger's side SRS by removing or disconnecting the following:
      • Glove box door and the glove box
      • Front passenger's air bag module connector
      • 2 special bolts using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50)
      • 4 passenger's air bag-to-instrument panel nuts
      • Front passenger's air bag module and store it face up.
    6. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
    7. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    8. Working in the engine compartment, disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes.
    9. Remove the instrument panel by removing or disconnecting the following:
      • Kick plate and dash side finisher on the driver's side
      • 2 lower panel-to-instrument panel screws and the lower panel on the driver's side
      • 2 lower reinforcement panel-to-instrument panel screws and the lower reinforcement panel
      • 6 steering column cover screws, the covers, the spiral cable and combination switch
      • 2 cluster lid "A" screws and the cluster lid "A"
      • 3 combination meter screws, disconnect the electrical harness connector and remove the combination meter
      • Switch panel
      • Instrument panel lower covers
      • Snap out the transmission shifter finisher (boot)
      • 4 cluster lid "C" screws and the cluster lid "C"
      • 4 audio and deck pocket-to-instrument panel screws and the audio and deck pocket
      • 5 center console screws and the center console
      • 2 center instrument panel screws and the center panel
      • front defroster grilles
      • Front pillar garnish
      • Instrument panel 3 nuts/4 screws and the instrument panel
      • 8 instrument stay assembly nuts and the stay
      • Steering member assembly 5 nuts/1 bolt and the steering member
    10. Remove the air conditioning housing assembly by removing or disconnecting the following:
      • Refrigerant lines from the air conditioning housing assembly
      • Thermo control amp
      • Air conditioning housing assembly
    11. Remove or disconnect the following:
      • Heater unit
      • Heater core from the heater unit Fig. 1: Exploded view of the steering wheel and air bag module 93112gd9.gif
        Fig. 2: Exploded view of the passenger's side air bag module 93112gd0.gif
        Fig. 3: Exploded view of the instrument panel assembly 93112ge1.gif
        Fig. 4: Exploded view of the heater housing assembly and related components 93112ge2.gif
        Fig. 5: View of the heater core and heater housing 93112ge3.gif
      To install:
    12. Install or connect the following:
      • Heater core to the heater unit
      • Heater unit
    13. Install the air conditioning housing assembly by installing or connecting the following:
      • Air conditioning housing assembly
      • Thermo control amp
      • Refrigerant lines to the air conditioning housing assembly
    14. Install the instrument panel by installing or connecting the following:
      • Steering member assembly and the steering member 5 nuts/1 bolt
      • Instrument stay assembly and the 8 stay nuts
      • Instrument panel and the instrument panel 3 nuts/4 screws
      • Front pillar garnish
      • Front defroster grilles
      • Center instrument panel and the 2 center panel screws
      • Center console and the 5 center console screws
      • Audio and deck pocket and the 4 audio and deck pocket-to-instrument panel screws
      • Cluster lid "C" and the 4 cluster lid "C" screws
      • Snap in the transmission shifter finisher (boot)
      • Instrument panel lower covers
      • Switch panel
      • Combination meter, connect the electrical harness connector and install the 3 combination meter screws
      • Cluster lid "A" and the 2 cluster lid "A" screw
      • Combination switch, the spiral cable, the covers and the 6 steering column cover screws
      • Lower reinforcement panel and the 2 lower reinforcement panel-to-instrument panel screws
      • Lower panel and the 2 lower panel-to-instrument panel screws, on the driver's side
      • Kick plate and dash side finisher, on the driver's side
    15. Working in the engine compartment, connect the heater hoses to the heater core tubes.
    16. Install the passenger's side SRS by installing or connecting the following:
      • Front passenger's air bag module
      • 4 passenger's air bag-to-instrument panel nuts
      • 2 new special bolts and torque using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50) to 11-18 ft. lbs. (15-25 Nm)
      • Front passenger's air bag module connector
      • Glove box door and the glove box
    17. Install the driver's side SRS and steering wheel by installing or connecting the following:
      • Steering wheel to the steering column
      • Steering wheel nut and torque the nut to 22-29 ft. lbs.
      • Horn's electrical connector
      • Air bag module
      • New special bolts to both sides of the steering wheel and torque the bolts using a tamper resistant Torx wrench (T50) to 11-18 ft. lbs. (15-25 Nm).
      • Both the left and right side lids to the steering wheel
      • Lower lid to the steering wheel and connect the driver's air bag module connector
    18. Refill the cooling system.
    19. Connect the positive (+) battery cable; then, the negative (() battery cable.
    20. Evacuate, charge and leak test the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    21. Operate the engine to normal operating temperatures; then, check the climate control operation and check for leaks.

    Nov 19, 2010 | 2002 Nissan Sentra

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    Hi I,ve got a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the problem I,m having is when I turn on the heating fan i get a mist or steam coming out of the vents smells like coolant could this be a heater core problem ,...


    Yes, your core is leaking. The core is in the box under the dash. The procedure is quite involved. I will attempt to paste from autozone.com below:
    1. Before servicing the vehicle, please familiarize yourself with safety procedures.
    2. Disconnect and remove the negative battery.
      CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait 2 minutes for the driver-s/passenger-s air bag system capacitor to discharge before attempting to do any work around the steering column or instrument.
    3. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
    4. Remove the instrument panel by performing the following procedure:
      1. Turn the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
      2. Remove the A-pillar trim from both sides of the vehicle.
      3. Remove the top cover from the instrument panel.
      4. Near the windshield line, remove the 4 instrument panel-to-chassis nuts.
      5. Remove the scuff plates from both front door sills.
      6. Remove the trim panels from both sides of the inner cowl.
      7. Remove the floor console.
      8. Remove the fuse cover from the junction box.
      9. Remove the instrument panel cluster bezel.
      10. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel.
      11. Remove the steering column bracket from the instrument panel column support bracket.
      12. Remove the lower steering column shroud cover-to-multifunction switch screw; then, unsnap both halves of the shroud cover from the steering column.
      13. Disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness connectors from the following steering column components:
        Both lower clock spring connector receptacles Left multifunction switch receptacle Right multifunction switch receptacle Both ignition switch receptacles Shifter interlock solenoid receptacle Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) receptacle, if equipped
      14. Turn the ignition switch to ON position; then, release and remove the shifter interlock cable connector from the ignition lock housing receptacle.
      15. Turn the ignition switch to OFF position; this will prevent the steering wheel from turning and the loss of the clock spring centering following steering column removal.
      16. Remove the 4 steering column-to-instrument panel steering column bracket nuts.
      17. Remove the steering column from the instrument panel.
      18. Disconnect both side body wiring harness bulkhead connectors, the Ignition Off Draw (IOD) wiring harness connector and the fused wiring harness connector from the junction block connector receptacles.
      19. Disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness-to-floor console component connectors:
        Air bag control module connector receptacle Parking brake switch terminal Transmission shifter connector receptacle
      20. Remove the 2 instrument panel wiring harness-to-floor console ground terminals located behind the air bag control module.
      21. Disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness-to-floor console retainers.
      22. Remove the instrument panel-to-floor console bracket screws and the bracket.
      23. Remove the driver-s side floor duct-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly screw and remove the duct.
      24. If equipped with a manual heating-air conditioning system, disconnect the vacuum harness connector from behind the driver-s side floor duct.
      25. Remove the instrument panel steering column support bracket-to-driver-s side of the heater/air conditioning housing assembly screw
      26. Remove the instrument panel steering column support bracket-to-intermediate bracket screw.
      27. Remove the instrument panel steering column support bracket-to-driver-s side cowl plenum panel nut.
      28. Remove the 2 instrument panel-to-driver-s side cowl side inner panel screws.
      29. Remove the instrument panel end cap.
      30. Remove the lower right center bezel from the instrument panel.
      31. At the passenger-s side cowl side inner panel, disconnect the instrument panel wiring harness bulkhead connector from the lower cavity of the inline connector.
      32. Near the right side cowl inner panel, located under the end of the instrument panel, disconnect both halves of the radio antenna coaxial cable connector.
      33. Disconnect the 2 instrument panel-to-heater/air conditioning assembly wiring harness connectors.
      34. At the passenger-s side, remove the 2 instrument panel structural duct-to-heater/air conditioning housing assembly screws.
      35. At the passenger-s side cowl side inner panel, remove the 2 instrument panel-to-passenger-s side cowl side inner panel screws.
      36. With the help of an assistant, lift the instrument panel from the vehicle.
    5. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    6. Disconnect the air conditioning system lines at the evaporator. Plug the openings to prevent contamination.
    7. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core. Plug the openings to prevent coolant loss.
    8. If equipped with a manual temperature control system, unplug the heater/air conditioning system vacuum supply line connector from the T-fitting located near the heater core tubes.
    9. From the passenger-s side inner fender shield, remove the coolant reservoir/overflow bottle.
    10. From the passenger-s side in the engine compartment dash panel, remove the PCM; DO NOT unplug it, just move it aside.
    11. In the engine compartment, remove the heater/air conditioning housing-to-chassis nuts.
    12. At the center of the dashboard, remove the rear floor ducts from the floor heat duct outlets.
    13. Disconnect the heater/air conditioning housing wire harness connectors.
    14. In the passenger compartment, remove the heater/air conditioning housing-to-chassis nuts.
    15. Place covers inside the vehicle to catch any spilt coolant.
    16. Remove the heater/air conditioning housing assembly from the vehicle.
    17. Remove the foam gasket from around the heater core tubes.
      NOTE Note the position of the irregular shaped gasket so that it may be reinstalled in its correct position.
    18. Remove the heater core retainers and screws.
    19. If necessary, remove the mode door actuator for clearance to remove the core.
    20. Remove the heater core from the heater/air conditioning housing assembly.

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      Fig. View of the instrument panel assembly-Grand Cherokee

    Sep 16, 2010 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    My air condition stop working. is it a fuse on my 2007 kia rondo


    if the blower is blowing air its probley not a fuse .check blower threw all settings also slowly adjust your cold to hot mixing knob also do the same for inside and out side air button, you have to find out what is working and what is not to narrow your troble shooting

    Aug 03, 2010 | 2007 Kia Rondo LX V6

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    I am remove heater core from nissan xterra 2000 do i need to remove the evaporator


    2000-02 Frontier And Xterra
    1. Disconnect both the negative (1st) and positive (2nd) battery cables.
    2. Remove the steering wheel by performing the following procedure:
      1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
    CAUTION Wait 3 minutes after disconnecting the battery cables and turning the ignition switch to the OFF position before servicing the air bag system.
    1. Remove the lower lid and disconnect the driver-s air bag module connector.
    2. Remove both side lids.
    3. Using the Tamper Resistant Torx® Wrench size T50, remove the special bolts from both sides of the steering wheel and discard them.
    4. Remove the SRS module from the steering wheel.

    CAUTION Always store the SRS module face up.
    1. Position the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position.
    2. Disconnect the horn connector and remove the steering wheel nut.
    3. Using a steering wheel puller, press the steering wheel from the steering column.
    1. Remove the passenger-s side air bag by disconnecting or removing the following items:
      1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
    CAUTION Wait 3 minutes after disconnecting the battery cables and turning the ignition switch to the OFF position before servicing the air bag system.
    1. Open the glove box door.
    2. Working inside the glove box, open the lower instrument panel lid.
    3. Remove the passenger-s air bag module connector clip from the lid.
    4. Disconnect the passenger-s SRS module connector.
    5. Remove the glove box and the lower passenger-s side instrument panel.
    6. Using the Tamper Resistant Torx® Wrench size T50, remove the SRS module-to-instrument panel special bolts and discard them.
    7. Remove the 4 SRS module-to-instrument panel mounting nuts.
    8. Release the SRS module-to-instrument panel clips and remove the SRS module.
    CAUTION Always store the SRS module face up.
    1. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
    2. Working inside the engine compartment, disconnect the 2 heater hoses from the heater core.
    3. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    4. Disconnect both refrigerant lines from the evaporator core. Plug the lines to prevent moisture from entering the system.
    5. Remove the glove box and the mating trim.
    6. Disconnect the thermal amp connector.
    7. emove the air conditioning housing assembly from the vehicle.
    8. Remove the instrument panel assembly by performing the following procedure:
      1. Remove the 4 steering column cover screws; then, separate and remove the steering column covers.
      2. Remove the 2 driver-s side lower instrument panel screws and the lower instrument panel.
      3. Remove the 4 cluster cover screws and the cluster cover.
      4. Remove the 6 combination meter screws; then, disconnect the combination meter electrical connector and remove the meter.
      5. Remove the 2 glove box screws and the glove box.
      6. Remove the 2 instrument stay cover screws; then, disconnect the electrical harness connectors and remove the stay cover.
      7. Remove the 2 cluster lid -C- screws; then, disconnect the electrical harness connectors and remove the cluster lid -C-.
      8. Remove the 4 audio and deck pocket screws; then, disconnect the electrical harness connectors and remove the audio and deck pocket.
      9. Disconnect the ASCD main switch connector.
      10. Remove the 2 meter cover screws; then, disconnect the electrical harness connectors and remove the meter cover.
      11. Remove the 4 air conditioning-heater control screws; then, disconnect the control cables and remove the air conditioning-heater control.
      12. Remove the front pillar garnish.
      13. Remove the 3 instrument panel assembly nuts and 2 bolts; then, remove the instrument panel.
    9. Remove the heater housing assembly.
    10. Remove the heater core from the heater housing assembly.

    continue...

    Jul 16, 2010 | 2000 Nissan Xterra

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    Air conditioning/heat/defroster controls do not work


    I think u r right. this is a problem that most certainly requires a skilled technician to solve If u dont know of anyone who is good at this problem that leaves only the dealer and of course they are going to sockit to you. get an estimate.. it might be a good idea to check all your fuses first. then look under the hood for any loose vacum lines. dont forget your fuses under the hood usually in a plastic box.

    Jul 29, 2009 | 1999 Volkswagen Passat

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    Air and heater


    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Remove the glove box.
    0900c1528005f9e2.jpgFig. 1: The blower motor assembly is secured to the right side of the dashboard
    1. Remove the duct between the blower and heater box.
    2. Unplug the wiring connector and the vacuum hose from the blower.
    3. Remove the three mounting bolts and remove the blower assembly.
    4. Install in reverse order, tightening the mounting bolts to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm). Make certain the blower mating surfaces are tightly sealed. Install the blower duct; make certain there is no leakage at its joints.
    1990-93 Accord
    See Figures 2, 3 and 4
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
    2. Remove the glove box.
    3. Remove the glove box frame (lower support)
    0900c1528005f9e3.jpgFig. 2: Remove the glove box and frame
    1. If not equipped with air conditioning:
      1. Remove the three screws and remove the heater duct.
      2. Remove the blower mounting nuts. Unplug the wiring from the blower motor, resistor and recirculation control motor, then remove the blower assembly.
    2. If equipped with air conditioning:
      1. Lift the carpet in the passenger compartment. Remove the side cover (kick panel).
      2. Remove the control unit bracket nuts; unplug the five connectors and remove the control unit bracket.
      3. Remove the retaining band, then remove the blower lower covers. Do not break the tabs on the lower covers.
      4. Remove the retaining nuts and remove the blower assembly.
    0900c1528005f9e4.jpgFig. 3: Air conditioned models require the removal of the control unit. Handle it carefully 0900c1528005f9e5.jpgFig. 4: Remove the lower covers from the blower unitTo install:
    1. Install the blower unit and tighten the retaining nuts.
    2. On air conditioned vehicles:
      1. Install the lower covers and the retaining band.
      2. Install the control unit bracket and carefully engage the wiring connectors to their proper location.
      3. Install the kick panel and reposition the carpet.
    3. Connect the wiring to the blower assembly. For non-air conditioned vehicles, install the air duct and tighten the screws.
    4. Install the glove box frame and install the glove box. Note that some of trim on the frame is held with 2-sided tape; replace the tape when reassembling as necessary.
    5. If applicable, enable the SRS.
    6. Connect the negative battery cable.

    Oct 16, 2008 | 1990 Honda Accord

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