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AC Condenser- Please Check Out the Picture
By anthony donato
My Trucks AC will be working fine then boom its out put is restricted like something was closed or covered and barely any air comes out but uou can still hear the fan motor has never slowed down. Mechanic could find no codes when scanned he is as dumbfounded as i am. Refrigerant is full capacity.
By Elijah Paul
ive looked high and low with no luck, so apologies of this is directly cited somewhere.
The plastic grooves/housing where the blower motor twists into place under the glove box, are brittle and broken. Therefore, my blower fan will not stay in place.
Is that plastic housing or assembly core sold as a stand alone part? Trying to figure out a way to get the blower motor secured without duct tape or something else.
Morning y'all! Is there a kit i can purchase to convert from r12 to r134a? I tried the little autozone kits and they do not fit my truck. Its a 1992 C1500 with the TBI 350 (5.7)
I recently bought a 2020 Trail Boss and whenever I remote start the vehicle, the A/C is blowing on high, how can I disable this or Adjust this?
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
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