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Dont know what to connect the red wire to from the headlight assembly replacement


If you have daytime running lights, there is a red wire that connects to what M-B calls the daytime driving lamp control unit. The red wire comes from the terminal block (probably under the hood)

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P0449 fault code on 2001 Blazer S10


EVAP Vent Solenoid Control Circuit Malfunction, should just need a Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) Canister Vent Solenoid/Valve.
first test and check the wiring and make sure that its 100% the vent solenoid before you replace it, follow the steps below. you will need a volt meter and ohm meter which is available at any auto or hard ware store.
Tips:Evaporative vent solenoid is located on the rear of the frame cross member behind the fuel tank.

1. Test the voltage at the disconnected Powertrain Control Module (PCM) terminal Key On, Engine Off (KOEO).

2. If 0 volts, test voltage at the canister vent solenoid White wire.

3. If 0 volts, test voltage at vent solenoid Pink wire.

4. If 0 volts at the vent solenoid Pink wire, test at the ENG 1 labeled fuse.

5. If the fuse is B+, test at the under hood fuse block C3 32 cavity Red connector terminal F3. Should be B+.

6. If terminal is B+, trace and repair the wire from the under hood fuse block to the vent solenoid.

Feb 02, 2012 | 2001 Chevrolet Blazer

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How do you replace?


Kitchen hood replacement can be completed easily with a family member or a friend. While you may wonder why anyone would replace a kitchen hood, the answer usually is simple. Here is how to replace a kitchen hood.
Tools Needed

  • New Range/Kitchen Hood
  • Screws
  • Screwdriver
  • Friend
  • Wiring Nuts
  • Circuit Tester

Warning: Remember that you are dealing with electricity, so stay away from water and use all safety precautions issued by the manufacturer.
Step 1 - Shut off Electricity

Remember to turn off the electrical supply to the old kitchen hood. You will need to do this via the circuit breaker box. Wait for 10 to 20 minutes and then test the wires with the circuit tester to double check that no electricity is being supplied to the kitchen hood.

Step 2 - Remove Old Hood

After you know for a fact that it is not receiving an electrical current, you can begin the process of removing the older kitchen hood. You should first take off the electrical wiring cover that is located by the light fixture. Then have your family member or friend hold up the old kitchen hood while you remove any screws or bolts from it. Once that is done, you can then freely slide it off.
Step 3 - Check Wiring

Double check that you have at least 12 inches of wiring to connect your kitchen hood to the wall. It should be noted that if you have a kitchen hood without vents, proceed to step 5 next.
Step 4 - Find the Ducts

If your new kitchen hood has vents, you will need to locate the fan or vent duct. Once you have found it, you can open up the vent hole where it will belong.
Step 5 - Wires

Open up the covering for the wiring and put the covering in a safe area for easy reach.
Step 6 - Install the New Kitchen Hood

Have your friend or family member hold up the kitchen hood and mark the areas where the screws or bolts will be. Then have them put down the kitchen hood and screw in the screws half way into the holes. After that, you can slide in the kitchen hood.
Step 7 - Route Wiring

Lightly pull the wiring through the proper holes and connect both black wires from the new kitchen hood to the black wire from the wall with a wire nut. Then connect the two white wires from the hood with the white wire from the wall, again using a wire nut. Next, connect the green wire to the green ground screw. Then place the wire covering back on.
Step 8 - Tighten Screws

Finish tightening the screws in place.
Step 9 - Test

Check to make sure the fan and light work. If it is supposed to vent outside, make sure that the air is leaving the vent with no issues. If something does not work proper, repeat steps 6 and 7 until everything works well. Remember that you will be working with electrical equipment, so follow safety measures issued by the state or the city.

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I dont have a vent for above range microwave oven


It doesn't have to vent outside. These are designed to recirculate the filtered air back into the room. If you cook without a range hood now it will work fine for you.
Eric

Oct 29, 2009 | Whirlpool MH7140XF Microwave Oven

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No heater or a/c


it is the control unit or a vacuum line off the back of the control unit remove the unit and check for vacuum lines off the back and check the vacuum lines under the hood first

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Vent hood not exhausting properly


you dont want to hear it but they are all the same.. the exaust fans down work to good. there isnt anything to do.

Aug 24, 2008 | Kenmore 52153 Stainless Steel Kitchen Hood

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Installation


I just took out the range and made an outlet out of the existing wiring.

Jun 25, 2008 | Microwave Ovens

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Indesit cooker hood.


some have fuses, some dont. i know that if you dont have the vent hood hooked up correct the heat can melt the wires on the inside. so make sure the vent is hooked up right.

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