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  1. Hello GM lovers, I’m back again, with hat in hand, asking for help. Recently, I charged my a/c system back into the proper amount of coolant. Now living in the Desert, “cool” air is considered about 80 degrees on a 110 degree day. So all was fine while running the air. One day the blower motor decided it was done working. After schematic searching, I thought I would try the climate control module. That was not the issue. Then I optested the blower motor itself, and voila, it worked, so that lead me to belive it was the resistor. I changed the resistor, and had to rewire the harness, and blew the fuse. Changed the fuse, blower works. Air compressor kicks on, and I have cold freon going into the condensor. However, I am getting 100 degree air out of the vents. Can anyone help? If I have forgotten something that I may not know of (because I may not know of it) please educate me
  2. Hello GM lovers, I’m back again, with hat in hand, asking for help. Recently, I charged my a/c system back into the proper amount of coolant. Now living in the Desert, “cool” air is considered about 80 degrees on a 110 degree day. So all was fine while running the air. One day the blower motor decided it was done working. After schematic searching, I thought I would try the climate control module. That was not the issue. Then I optested the blower motor itself, and voila, it worked, so that lead me to belive it was the resistor. I changed the resistor, and had to rewire the harness, and blew the fuse. Changed the fuse, blower works. Air compressor kicks on, and I have cold freon going into the condensor. However, I am getting 100 degree air out of the vents. Can anyone help? If I have forgotten something that I may not know of (because I may not know of it) please educate me.
  3. I like how the factory '14+ tail lights look and, of course, OEM light housing durability is typically superior to that of aftermarket components. Anyway, I have considered swapping the factory bulbs to 7444 LEDs (in white or red) and seeing how well they work in the stock housings. I am expecting to need a resistor kit, as I have had to do with past LED conversions on my last truck. Thoughts? Anybody else done this? Thanks for any input!
  4. Having troubles splicing in my 2 per side resistors for the led signals I put in. I hooked them up one side inline with black (ground) and other side to blue/white (signal). The turn signals work as the should blinking at normal rate. My issue now is that the parking/running lights do not work, just the signals work. It's actually weird because just one led works as parking light my lower turn led on passenger side works as a parking/running light and signal as it supposed too, but the top bulb and both driver sides only work as signals. If that makes sense I'm going to attach a picture. Please help I have the lights and grill out and trying to find out what I'm doing wrong before reinstall obviously. I have a total of 4 led bulbs and 4 6ohm 50watt resistors.
  5. I'm currently in the process of installing a resistor kit in my 2014 silverado 1500 LTZ for the turn signal led switchbacks, and there are 2 blue wires, 2 yellow wires, and 2 black wires going into the top signal bulbs. After looking at the wires i see that the one blue wire goes to the top sigal light and the other blue wire coming out goes to the bottom signal bulb and vice versa for the other wires, and i found out that the blue wire was the signal wire by testing it with a voltmeter, but the resistor i'm using (MORIMOTO HD LOAD RESISTORS) is saying to tap into the signal wire and onto a ground (a metal area on the truck itself) on the other side. I did just that and the resistor is still not working. Is there any help or information anyone can offer that would help me resolve this issue? Thanks.
  6. I need help I have a 2006 chevy silverado z71. A.C. fan stopped blowing i changed the resistor now my compressor is not getting power to it it at all i tried by passing the low pressure switch still nothing. I took a test light and im not getting power anywhere. I tested the high and low pressure switches no power i tested where the relay goes in at no power there either. No idea whats going on any info?
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