I have a 79 buick regal clock that does not work. do you repair them? the information on the back of the clock indicates general time corporation, davidson, n.c. I believe the buick part number to be 1259332. there is another number 65349. thanks, mike
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Levi, If you have the same climate control, then below is a link to a repair video for your climate control. Sorry, this is the part 3 video, look a the side to find the part 2 video and watch it first.
I recently tried the DIY service and repair manuals from a website and it actually helped me repair transmission problem in my jcb 3cx site-master. It would'nt move forward or reverse, engine was good both solenoids for forward and reverse worked, but still couldn't diagnose the problem.
I don't have much technical knowledge but I just followed it step-wise, and now it works perfect! covers diagrams, torque specs, PCV, everything
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If you look closely on the place where all the buttons are (radio, clock, etc.), there will be two small buttons, usually with M for minute and H for hour labeling them. Hold the buttons for a couple seconds, and the clock will usually change
It probably has an airlock - so needs the air leting out of it.
If you have the bleed screw on the pipe that goes from engine to bulkhead, then, with engine cold, and heater turned to heat, start engine( KEEP CLEAR OF FAN / BELTS ), and undo bleedscrew to let out air. STOP ENGINE. Refill coolant to mark with antifreeze mix.
If this soes not solve problem, it could be more serious - either blocked matrix or if you only find steam regularly - it's a head gasket problem - requiring replacement.