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No power to my heater and air conditioning controls on my 2002 alero, have checked all my fuses

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You have 2 fuses, one under the hood fuse #46 and one under the dash fuse L, both are 10A, if they are both good replace your control panel.

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SOURCE: 2002 Alero defogger

A common thing to fial on these- assumning the grid is ok, and wires are still attched to grid, is the rear def / antenna module. It is behind rt. rear quarter trim panel. The modules burn up, and also melt the connector. the module and connector would need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: Air Conditioning Problem

What type of smell is it? maybe the belt is slipping on the compressor pulley due to the clutch field shorting out, also check the 10 amp fuse for the A/C in the fuse box under the hood and see if it's blown, that will cause the car to run hot if the fans are not working properly.

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SOURCE: My 2002 alero keep running hot a got the thrmostst

check and replace tempreture sending unit and bleed air out of system

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IF BOTH 10 AMPS FUSES ARE GOOD.THE RADIO HAS FAILED OR YOU HAVE BAD GROUND OR LOOSE WIRES.

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SOURCE: 2004 alero. can't get vent control knob to change

most likely the blend door actuator if u dont have a vacuum leak at the climate control

Posted on Jul 16, 2011

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