Refer to Refrigerant Recovery and Recharging. I checked the heater hoses to the heater core and one side is hot and the other hose is not. I dont why the dash is grounded to the engine, and of all places here, but I just connected a piece of wire and ran it to the front of the engine and grounded it to the block. I think the actuator is bad. It's not an anemic stereo, but there's certainly room for improvement.
Make sure that the resistor won't come loose. You need to pull out on the bottom of the cover and its going to expose 2 screws. Once you get it all out you should see a 6-7mm screw around the edge of the dash after you take those out you are going to want to move toward the drivers side, where your fuse box is right by door jamb. If I can't find anything helpful over the weekend I'll grab my camera at work on monday and take a picture of the interior so that you guys have a better idea of what i'm talking about. I didn t change the heater core because when I hooked the water hose to it there was lots of water came out and it seemed clean.
Tighten Tighten the mounting screws to 4 N. Use your pliers to unhook the negative battery cable. Once the cluster is unbolted, it just needs unplugged to get it out of the way. I think the actuator is bad. Make sure that is it not covered up. If so where may I purchase it at? Joe477 Interior lights that remain on aren't just annoying - they can drain the battery and cause other problems as well.
I see the drawing is showing these but nothing to reference them to. Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need Socket wrench set Pick K Behind the door panel of a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado sit an abundance of important parts. I have inspected the modulator motor and shaft that controls the baffle for movement and the do move. None of those are gone at all. If so, this information is very vauge and if possible is there a manual I can get that gives much more details? Refer to Instrument Panel Carrier Replacement in Instrument Panel, Gauges and Console.
Are you talking about the entire dashboard or just the piece around the instrument cluster, radio, heater, etc. Object Number: 363771 Click here for detailed picture of above image. Not the approach I wanted to take but I'll keep it in mind. Then go to the passenger side and take the same plastic off in the door jamb and take out those 2 screws. Trying to figure this problem out. Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need Pliers Dash tool Phillips screwdriver Turn the engine off and open the hood. I would like to remove the part of the dash below that.
Make sure to clean it out very good with compressed air before you install your new knock sensors. Heater problem V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic My Silverado is the 5. Install the instrument panel carrier 2. If you want to change any of the settings like shift points and top speed, you will need to buy a programmer. You will also have to remove the air duct the connects to the vent on the passenger side.
Joe477 Interior lights that remain on aren't just annoying - they can drain the battery and cause other problems as well. First block the wheels to keep the truck from rolling. Checked to temp of the motor with a thermometer and it read the same as the gauge. The outside bezel of the cluster just pry's off. Put the parking brake on. A new design integration of these sub-units stereo, climate control,etc.
It sounds like the sensor is telling the truck that it is night every time the truck is running. I assume the only way is to remove the dash first. Object Number: 499156 Click here for detailed picture of above image. Try going through the buttom rather then the top first though. You will have to remove the bar over the top of the battery, there are two 10 mm bolts holding the bar in. This is designed to provide grip when stepping on the bumper, and as a piece of decorative trim. Tighten the mounting nuts to 9? Tighten the mounting nuts to 9 N.