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1998 pontiac Bonneville ac blowing out the defrost only

Ac programer is fine and i have the electronic climate control module

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Theirs a vacume control module under passenger side airbag that goes out

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SOURCE: 2005 PONTIAC mONTANA-NO HEAT

Had the same problem with 03 Montana and it was the actuator assemble. It controls the hot and cold air and controls all of the other functions....defrost, floor etc...

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SOURCE: 2001 pontiac bonneville over heating pun in a new thermostat and

Might need to put in a new water pump

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: How to program a keyless remote for a Pontiac

NOTE: You must have the correct part number on the remote for it to work. The part number you need is 15732803.
Transmitter programming per the GM manual:
Before entering the programming mode, verify the possession of all the transmitters you will be using on the vehicle. Once you program the transmitter, the memory erases the other transmitters. You may program up to 4 transmitters.

  1. Turn OFF the ignition switch
  2. Usa a fused jumper (3 amp is sufficient) and connect terminal 8 (back/white wire) to terminal 4 (black wire)
  3. Close all the doors
  4. Turn ON the ignition switch / the doors will lock
  5. Press and hold the following buttons on one of the transmitters for 30 seconds: lock and unlock
  6. After a 30 second delay, the doors will lock and unlock Important: 
    DO NOT turn OFF the ignition . If the switch is turned OFF the first transmitter becomes inoperative.
  7. In order to program extra transmitters repeat Step 5
  8. Disconnect the fused jumper wire from the data link connector
  9.  Turn off ignition
  10. Verify functions of all programmed transmitters.

This should work for the 1997 and 1999 Bonneville's. Good Luck. Keep me posted, be glad to answerer any other questions you may have. 

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SOURCE: AC doesn't blow cold air, but refrigerant levels

The low side pressure seems ok the high side would help,Is your compressor cycling and is the air coming out even slightly cool?slight over charge cold effect cooling ability.I wish I could be more help. I will have to think about this one.maybe you could make sure your temp.door is actually in the commanded cold position.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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I have a 98 bonneville se. the blower fan only comes on when the knob is all the way up and it ONLY blows heat and absolutely no cold also the air only blows out the defroster and the floor


How did you test the A/C system ? Hook up gauge manifold , test A/C pressures ? Manual or automatic climate control ? The blower motor only working on high means the blower motor resistor is bad ! Did you hook up a scan tool an check high an low pressure switchs inputs to the PCM - engine computer . Does the A/C compressor clutch engage ? turning on the compressor ? Moving the mode switch does nothing . Doesn't move from floor to vent to defrost ? Probably the mode door actuator ! Don't think the HVAC control panel is bad . Just a few little things . Pushing the A/C button on the control panel just send a electrical signal to the PCM , the PCM will energize the A/C clutch relay , turning on the compressor .

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May 19, 2017 | 1998 Pontiac Bonneville

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I have 99 bonneville the climate control is just 3 dashes and air is blowing from the defrost vents by windshield. I can not change any settings or turn off.


Could be the control module or the control on the dash.
The default action is to blow on the windshield to keep it clear.

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Need a picture of control module for 1998 pontiac bonneville se 3800


There are several control modules.
This is the engine control module.
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This is the ignition control module.
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Hope this helps.

Jan 02, 2014 | 1998 Pontiac Bonneville

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98 grand prix sse. The climate control system doesnt blow cold through the vents? The blower is working ok an the ac system is charged an blows cold out the defrost vents nut not the normal vents or the...


OK, sounds like the vacuum motor system is either disconnected behind the dash, or the vacuum control for the door inside the dash is broken, somehow.

need to take dash and climate controls off to see which it is.

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Air blows out of defrost but not the vents


by the brake booster under the hood is a vaccum hose that attaches to a a plastic plug that may bed disconnected or broken which needs to be replaced or repaired. you can repair it by splicing it together with a small vaccum hose.

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The blower motor and AC works but the heater doesn't in a 2002 bonnieville Pontiac. I turn on the AC and it works fine. I switch over to the heat and it just blows cold air.


if your vehicle has the electronic climate control, it is probably the blend door motor/actuator that has failed and is stuck at the temp that was last entered in the climate control unit when it failed. this can be a very time consuming repair to do as it is under the dash. the other possibility is your coolant level is low and not allowing the heater core to bring the outside air up to the temp you want. if that is the case,your low coolant temp sensor should have come on. if not, then the thermostat could be either stuck open or closed. if stuck open the engine would not always show the temp gauge at normal operating temp of 195-200 degrees. if stuck closed the engine should be overheating according to the temp gauge. you did not mention what the operating coolant temp was!

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Hello I have a 1997 Bonneville SE 3.8 with climate control display shows AC is on and Blower is high. BUT no AC and no Blower. I checked power connector at the blower motor and is reading 1.5 Volts.


you need new blower module located at blower under hood, against the firewall under the relays it has four or five wires in it, and two bolts holding it in.

Sep 02, 2009 | 1997 Pontiac Bonneville

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