Question about GMC Sierra 1500
Ac on 2005 sierra blows hot air on both sides after it runs several minutes. After it cools down, cold air blows.
SOURCE: 2005 GMC air conditioning
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Posted on Sep 23, 2008
need to go to dealer to have HVAC module reprogramed. whenever diconnecting battery power on these vehicles you can connect a 9 volt battery between neg and pos to keep the memory in the computers. I am an master ase technician and 5 classes from gm world class tech.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
you have taken the calibration out of sink. you will now have to remove battery power again for about 5 minutes. after this time reconnect the battery. then turn key to on position for 3 minutes but do not touch the heater control or temperature controls. This should allow the heater and ac system to recalibrate. once the 3 minutes is up turn key off and then back on and start truck.. Try your controls again and see what happens. if no change then dealer will have to reprogram the heater control calibration for you.
Posted on Oct 17, 2011
I highly recommend that you get it checked by a professional. You may have a restriction in your system, or the system is way overcharged. In either of these cases, the possibility of high pressure causing lines or hoses to burst and possible severe damage to your vehicle, like a destroyed compressor, is very likely.
Also, check the can that you added freon from. Many of the small cans of freon sold at the local parts retailers have several ounces of "oil charge" in them. Many times, when these cans are used to fill the system, the system ends up saturated with too much oil, which can also cause dangerously high head pressures, which can result in severe damage to your vehicle. In these cases, the system must be evacuated and flushed out to reduce the amount of oil in the system before it will cool properly.
Posted on Jun 15, 2012
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