Would it be a fuse that controls only the first two speeds?Lucy It is your fan resister, it is located behind you fan under pass dash. Alan Enfield, CT #7 Sep 18, 2007 Lucy Nahls wrote: When I turn the heat or air condition on the fan doesn't blow out any air unless I turn up the Electronics are very sensitive to voltage levels, and 9.5 volts might not be enough for a cluster that requires a minimum of 10.0 volts to operate correctly. Reply » Report Abuse Judge it!
Look into the clear housing of the fuse at the thin piece of metal connecting the two prongs sticking out of the fuse. Thanks for your comment! My cars' Fuel Gauge stopped not working? The cost of the reistor is around $30.00, blower motor $150.00 and weather strip $6.00 at trade pricing.
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Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose How Instrument Clusters Work & What to do When Gauges Go Bad. Sign in Transcript Statistics 167,407 views 201 Like this video? Seriously, though, if the fuses are fine, there are two paths to investigate and neither is much fun. oldtimer_11
JRR Columbia, SC #13 Oct 2, 2007 Jamie wrote: Is this part only available through a dealership? NO you can get it at, or ordered from autoparts store. It seemed to do the trick everything was working fine again then two days later everything stopped w... 2000 Pontiac Montana Base - Maintenance & Repair Repair 1 answer I have Very rarely do the Fans go bad (noisey) but thats about it. Car Dashboard Stopped Working Removing the trim around your dash board often involves starting by removing parts of the center console to gain access to the fastening bolts for the dash. Refer to the service
Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas... The ignition switch may have a separate switch circuit for the gauges and the ECM and ignition. Part 2 Replacing Dashboard Light Bulbs 1 Disconnect the battery. Don't show me this message again today.
I've got a 97 ck1500 and have had the same problem. If you're going to fix it yourself, you need to be brave: The driver-side dash will have to come apart. I did check the plug going to the resistor and it's not showing any burnt wires or signs of damage. A: Remove a clutch by jacking up the vehicle and blocking it securely on jack stands; removing the drive shaft, electrical connections and speedometer; suppor...