Reply With Quote 10-07-2009,07:34 PM #18 east302 View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Registered User Join Date Mar 2006 Location Jackson, MS Posts 1,055 My Feedback (0% Positive Feedback) Re: Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 11-29-2007,02:54 PM #1 Triple-X08 6.0 Liter L76 V8 Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to watatrp Find all posts by watatrp Join Date: Nov 2006 Posts: 1 December 5th, 2007, 7:14 PM #8 brental RE: So I replaced it with a new module (Part #15832319) per that TSB mentioned above. Check This Out
I checked the temp knob and that was what it was set to. truck rust lawsuit for up to $3.4 billion 11-13-2016 05:31 PM Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet to drop its luxurious top in L.A 11-13-2016 03:30 AM This is the Camaro 1LEHEHEHEEE: First Drive Any thoughts? When using the new auxiliary HVAC control module, the customer may notice a slight increase in the rear blower motor speed (approximately 50 rpm) at a given setting, as compared to
I've read about an actuator that can be replaced. Right now, it's ok for it to be stuck on cold, but I'd really like to fix this if it's something I can do myself. Sep 30, 2011 at 1:58 AM #6 Cadallic88 TYF Newbie Posts: 2 Likes Received: 0 Joined: Sep 26, 2011 Name: Allan 2004 Yukon - Rear Heater Blows Cold Air Only Okay Have you run a voltage drop test across the + and - circuits?
Is this most likely my problem. So I did this and the hot-cold actuator stopped hunting...but rotated to "cold" and stayed there. guy didnt really know anything about it. 2003 Tahoe Rear Air Not Working Reply With Quote 12-09-2007,10:21 PM #7 kgeot Walking Join Date Dec 2007 Posts 1 Thanks 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Re: rear heat issue on a GMC suburban I
nothing, cold/hot/cold/hot... so tomorrow i'll try that out, and see if it works. The damper actuator in the rear was hunting back and forth and usually putting out hot air. GMC Jon View Public Profile Send a private message to GMC Jon Find all posts by GMC Jon #3 02-10-2008, 05:58 PM reddog Charter Member Join Date: Nov
XenForo style by Pixel Exit XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ ©2015 Waindigo Ltd. 2003 Gmc Yukon Rear Heat Not Working Reply With Quote 03-03-2008,11:34 PM #6 KatDaddyJames View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Registered User Join Date Jun 2006 Location TN Posts 26 My Feedback (0% Positive Feedback) Re: tahoe Note: This is my assumption; that this voltage comes from the gray wire and flows back to the Aux. Up to that point I was not sure at all whether or not the actuator was previously functional, but I tend to think it was functional.
I replaced the actuator based on voltage levels being good, and what I read on the internet. Back to top #12 redvett redvett Senior Enthusiast Validating 3,505 posts Location:MI Gender:Male Posted 15 December 2009 - 05:33 PM I would take the cover off the rear hvac and check Good luck. mrjchristensen 5,708 views 9:19 Diagnosing rear A/C problems - Duration: 4:24. 2003 Tahoe Rear Ac Not Working
Place the fuses back in; then turn the ignition to the on position for about 2-3 min. Blower Motor Control Modules Part Number Part Description Vehicle Application Quantity 89024926 Module Assembly, Auxiliary Heater & A/C Control (Auxiliary Blower Motor Control Module) (Second Design) Escalade, Tahoe, Yukon (vehicles with This time it operated from the front with no problems at all. its becoming quite the pain in my ass.
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Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Technical / Maintenance Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Chevy Truck Forum Site News & Announcements Members Worth a shot, it doesn't cost anything. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just It's my understanding that the control module sends signals to the actuators to adjust the dampers.
Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... So, why does it work when back-probed? '95 Accord EX-L 302k daily driver '07 Odyssey EX-L RES 88k '95 2500 Ram 12v-324k Reply With Quote 12-01-2007,11:26 PM #5 Triple-X08 6.0 Liter looking for help 3 replies transmission cooler lines 3 replies More 2012 Suburban Tuner for towing a good idea? 23 replies 2003 Trailblazer Oil Capacity 7 replies Thermostat problems (P0597) 53 I turned the knob to hot and this time the actuator moved - hot air!
Published on Sep 13, 2014Complete how to repair no heat in the rear. HVAC Control Module. The nut may have backed off a bit and it needs to be tightened down. The new calibration effectively eliminates DTCs B0434 and B3764.
All it takes is one strand of wire to make the circuit ohm good. Attached Files: Yukon rear HVAC 006.jpg File size: 93.1 KB Views: 140 Yukon rear HVAC 007.jpg File size: 85.8 KB Views: 155 Yukon rear HVAC 004.jpg File size: 91 KB Views: Can the controller be partially bad? Dealer charged me $125 to tell me it was the module, now wants $550 to replace the module.
Good luck! '95 Accord EX-L 302k daily driver '07 Odyssey EX-L RES 88k '95 2500 Ram 12v-324k Reply With Quote 12-01-2007,08:34 AM #3 Triple-X08 6.0 Liter L76 V8 Join Date Apr DonnieBrasco replied Nov 16, 2016 at 5:13 PM Need Help with my 1996 2 door tahoe bell5606 replied Nov 16, 2016 at 5:09 PM Oil pressure gauge install mizzouguy replied Nov Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to brental Find all posts by brental Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 8 December 6th, 2007, 7:22 AM #9 watatrp RE: door position changes, and door position changes on the tech 2.
dealer feeding BS??? 18 replies Radio sucks! 12 replies Mind blown on what could be wrong! I know I did. I've also disasembeld both actuators and reassembled, seemed like the controller power needed to be cut to "reset" the actuators, the mode actuator wroked after rebuild, but not the temp door Reply With Quote Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements GM Inside News Advertisements + Reply to Thread « 96 Grand AM Gauges dont work | 2002 Astro AWD problem! » Thread Information