Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado
There is an actuator located at the bottom of the dash .. just remove it and turn that little shaft with a pair of pliers gently one direction or the other and see if that's the problem if so replace that actuator,, ((((((( be shure to unplug the actuator before starting the truck )))) and disconnect your battery when u install the new actuator .... so the climate control can relearn its position for accurate door travel...
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
SOURCE: There is no air flow
You need part GM Part number 89018675 or ACDelco 15-73596. The Mode Selector Actuator. What happens is the part is a CHEAP part POORLY designed and when it goes to turn the flaps inside the HVAC unit its the plastic gear slips instead of turning the flap!!!
Just to forward you you might want a deal to install this art for you unless your good at fixing your own vehicle, because you need SMALL sockets and a lot of patience to get this part in!!!
The part is ALMOST directly above the steering shaft for your steering wheel, so theres a lot you got to remove before you will even see them!!!
I only recommend you to have a dealer put this part in for you, unless you have your own service manual!!
Because there is 5 of these darn things and if you pick the wrong one you will have to do it all over again!!!
3 on the Drivers side and 2 on the Passengers side!!
But replacing this part SHOULD solve all your problems!! AS it did for me and i was having the same issues as you have described!!
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
could be your controller or temp mix door
1. Gain access to the air temperature motor for circuit testing. There are 5 wires at the motor.
2. The Brown wire is ignition power.
3. The Yellow wire is a ground at all times, through the control head.
4. The Light Blue/Black wire carries a 5-volt reference from the control head to the temperature motor.
5. The Light Blue wire is the feedback circuit to the control head and should measure between about 1 volt (cold) and 4 volts (hot). This feedback circuit operates similarly to a Throttle Position Sensor (TPS).
6. The Dark Blue wire is the motor control circuit sent from the control head.
7. When the control head sends out 5 volts on this wire, the motor moves towards hot.
8. When the control head sends out 0 volts, the motor moves towards cold.
9. When the temperature motor reaches the correct position (as measured by the feedback voltage on the Light Blue wire), the control head sends out 2.5 volts. This voltage signals the temperature motor to STOP and hold its present position.
10. Check for correct operation of these voltages.
11. In some cases, the air temperature door doesn't fit correctly in the plenum and will cause the air temperature motor to travel too far. This will cause the control head to become confused and operate erratically.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 Silverado 2500HD a/c is
Sounds like it is going through the recalibration process. We run into this issue when replacing the batteries on these. In the underhood fuse block there is a HVAC fuse. Pull it, wait 30 seconds, put it back in, and turn the key to the run position. You should hear the vents moving around. wait for about a minute or so, do not touch anything. If the self test/calibration passes everything will return to normal. If after several attempts you can not get it to return to normal than there is a problem with the HVAC system that will need to be resolved.
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Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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