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  1. Dear All, I've changed the original belt driven radiator cooling fan in my GMC Sierra 2004 to an electrical driven type and want to know what is the best alternator to install to overcome the amp loss without adding/modifying alt. bracket/holder or wiring connections please? Regards,
  2. My AC only blows cold on the driver's side. The passenger kicks out some heat. Here's where I am so far: I noticed no movement from the passenger side actuator. I recalibrated the system, no improvement. Went ahead and replaced the passenger side door blend actuator. That was not fun to say the least. Did it by removing the passenger side airbag, vent and dropped the glovebox. That didn't fix it. I noticed however that the white dial went from the center position to the right. It seems to be stuck there no matter what I do with the climate control dial. I recalibrated the system again and nothing. I'm at a loss with what to do next. Could the terminal cable be bad? I'm not sure where those wires lead. Any guidance is appreciated. I bought the new actuator from Oreilly. They had a 65 dollar one and a 140 dollar version, both from Dorman. The salesman could not tell any difference between the two, so I opted for the 65 dollar one. The terminal connection was exactly the same on both. A mystery to me. I hope to god that one is correct and the other isn't. One more thing to note...When I bought the truck used, the air blew cold on both sides (Florida purchase). When I got it up to Atlanta, there was not heat. I took it to a mechanic who discovered the heater core was disconnected (bypassed). We went ahead and connected it to see if it leaked. No leaks. So we just hooked it back up. Heat worked great. The passenger AC, as noted, stopped working. Perhaps there's a connection there. The truck has 80k miles and is a V6. Thank you.
  3. 2004 GMC Sierra Denali Auto Climate Control Module not adjusting temperature correctly. When you try to adjust temperature up the display will adjust up and down.
  4. I am new to this http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/profile/181793-grubbworm/ , but not new to truck forums. I recently won a 2004 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4X4 Extended Cab 6.0 in a raffle. I won it at the local Cobb EMC 2017 Annual Membership Meeting. My wife and I already own a 1985 Ford F-150 4X2 truck that we purchased when we got married. We have done quite a few upgrades, repairs, and restorations to it throughout the years. I have a Photobucket account where I have some pictures of the work that we have done to our Ford, http://s774.photobucket.com/user/Grubbworm_photos/library/My%201985%20Ford%20F150%204x2?sort=2&page=1 . I look forward to working on this truck as well. I think we will make this GMC our new Go-To truck for Fishing, Camping, Hauling, and Towing. I have started a new photo library for the GMC as well and will be adding to it as any work or upgrades progress, http://s774.photobucket.com/user/Grubbworm_photos/library/My%202004%20GMC%20Sierra%202500HD%204X4?sort=3&page=1 . I enjoy doing 99% of my own automotive mechanical work, and some limited bodywork as well. Being that this was a work truck with 160,000+ miles on it when we acquired it, I have already come across a few issues. Even though it appeared very well maintained, the first issue was with the burnt out DRL’s. I replaced them with some new sockets and 7114 LED’s. There are what appear to be stress cracks around the front stake pockets on the bed. That will be a welding and body project for a later date. I have also wired my Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Brake Controller in. The next issue happened on Halloween evening, the Check Engine Light came on. Today I went to the local O’Reilly Auto Parts, where they pulled a P0327 – Knock Sensor Bank 1 code. After some forum reading and some YouTube’s, I pulled the plug on some OEM GM parts on Amazon. It appears that I will be doing another repair in the upcoming future (weather permitting). I am also considering doing the headlight lens cleaning and polish. I recently did this on my wife’s 2005 Mazda 6 and turned out fantastic. I highly recommend the Sylvania Headlight lens cleaning kit. The cost was $20 and 1-2 hours labor time. I also put the before and after pictures in Photobucket of this. I look forward to sharing pictures of the repairs and upgrades that we do to this truck as time goes on.
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