2001 Chevrolet Silverado "adjust heat ducted heater" Questions

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...heat from the heater core or cold from the AC evaporator core, or a mix or blend of both hot and cold air, that is why it is called a blend door, the problem is the door is either stuck in the heat ...

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...heater/defroster valve lever with the blend door actuator cam slot. Line up the A/C valve lever with the blend door actuator cam Install the blend door actuator mounting screw to the HVAC module. ...

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heat lagging, there is a flow problem for the hot water. If the engine stays cold a long time, its the thermostat. Interior heaters work several ways. Some adjust the air ducts across the heater core.

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adjust the settings for the heat and turn the heat on it makes a sound like a cd is stuck in the cd player even though the radio is off. What could this be? blower motor ..this pushes the air thru the

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...heat this problem is caused by a failed air temperture control blend door actuater motor, this little device moves the door inside the ducting back and forth to give hot warn or cold air, the most ...

...Adjust the air to be luke warm Hi. I have a feeling your issue is either a heat deficiency or leaking heater core. Do you have a strange smell in the air or taste in your mouth? Is the floor or front ...

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...heat out the defrost works and so does the blowers in the back not sure what else it could be?! The blowers ion the back have there own blower motor. The front has it's own. The resister controls the ...

...temperature and comfort level. Controls the A/C blower motor speed. Cooling or heating can be adjusted to maintain the desired temperature. Uses a reheat method to provide conditioned air to

...-You mean when the heat is on...? -If so. The butterfly that open and closed the air duct near to the heater core is not fully open or closed. It might need to adjust the cable that control it. ...

...heat increase at all, when RPM's of engine increase? Cool when idling, warmer when engine is revved a bit? Either your car is not up to proper operating temp, or the circulating valve that allows ...

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