Question about Freezers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cooling system
maybe the ECM got deprogrammed. did you disconnect the battery / if you did disconnect the battery negative terminal and leave it for a few minutes the re install it. It should reprogram the computer Module.If not check you coolant level or themostat.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
SOURCE: 4.3 liter won't gain temp, why?
The chevy blazers are known fior heater core issues clogged going bad etc... The reason im saying this is because the only reason i could see you having a problem with the temp not getting hot enough is because then your heat in your car isnt getting hot or its taking super long to get luke warm, is that correct? If so 9 times out of 10 its a bad heater core...
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: cooling fan will not come on
you need to remove the connector at the fans and then take a jumper wire from batt. positive to one terminal of the connector and then a grounded jumper wire to the other...Do the fans come on? if not your fans are bad...If they do you might try a coolent temp sensor
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Anytime the heater is reading the water temp to be above what it actually is, especially 126, the problem is the Thermistor, or Temp Sensor, for the heater. This is a very easy part to replace. The Thermistor is located on the manifold, on the left side, between the top two bolts.
Sorry this is a late response! Hope that it helps!
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: 13 degree Delta T
I assume r-22 refrigerant by the pressure... you have a saturate temperature of approximately 41 degree and 71 degrees at the service port this equates to a 30 degree superheat. a condenser saturation temperature of 105 degrees and since the liquid line temp at the service valve is not given only the enterin indoor coil on the liquid line a 96 degree temperature this would equate to a subcooling temperatureof about nine degrees. You have too high of a superheat reading. verify that the bulb for the txv is correctly positioned and insulated. if it is then you need to remove the bulb from the suction line, hold it in your hand to warm it up and see if the superheat changes. you could also have issues with your ductwork. If the supply temperture is around 50-55 degrees then the unit is doing all it can.. Check the txv and the ductwork as the subcooling indicates that the condenser side is doing it's job, but the superheat readings indicate that you are starving the evaporator..
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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