Looking into several sites (aside from this one) I found many probable answers to "how to fix an ac". Whats it doing? I have an older 93 silverado and was looking into what the pressure should be at both the high and low psi ports. Can't find that answer yet. I came close, it would cost me the purchase of a book that did not garauntee me the answer. I assisted a friend in the addition of freon into his system (older sub) and 100 miles down the road one of his ac hoses exploded. So be careful, diagnose the problem first.AnswerI find that they are low on freon by now which is normal as they lose a little every year passed the compressor seal.If it was my Chevy I would go to your local parts store and they sell the hose/can together freon.I would see if it's just low on freon.Hook the hose to the low side/suction fitting,turn on vehicle/air conditioner on and fanon high with the drivers window down.Add freon to system and see if the compressor lock up clutch starts up and the hose and accumulator starting to get cold with moisture appearing and it should be getting cold in the cab.If not,take it to a pro shop and have them vacuum it down to trace the leak.Ask for a new accumulator installed but they will prob. suggest that and that's route #2
to change 2000 Chevy cavalier a/c evaporatorto fix it
"Which fuse controls the fan for the ac on a 2006 Chevy silverado?"
Its on the low side (suction side) from the compressor to the accumulator........
Clogged cabin filter
Not the high side.
yes you can
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You will use a PAG 46.
Replace your a/c evaporator filter under dash. Liquid refrigerant is getting back to compressor causing belt to break.
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There is not a cabin AC filter on a 2000 Chevy Cargo Van 2500. None of the full size Chevy vans have a cabin filter.
On my 1993 K1500 Silverado, it is behind the heater/ac blower assy. However, I can not find any info on how to get the assy apart, or where it is connected to the dash switch.
1) Check your fluid levels on your coolant. Refill as necessary, did this fix it? If not proceed to step 2. 2) Is it only blowing cold air? If yes, its possible you need a new thermostat. Also check the controls! they may not be changing!
Yes, in the fuse panel under the hood on most models
The relay switch is in the fuse box on the left front fender under the hood. It's about a 12 in x 12 in black box.
Most likely the Blower Motor Resistor.
Main line going into the avaporator canister! Passenger side! is it on fire wall
I'm not certain but I THINK it's in the coupling at the condenser coil. That's the location on a 92 Silverado and I think most of the AC is the same on the 96.
You Don'tThis is a job for a professional with the tools and knowledge necessary for this repair. Not a job for a novice. ^^^^^^^^this is not the best answer that someone gaveits not that complicated takes basic skillsemail me and i will give you step by step instruction
The cost to charge an air conditioner in a Chevy Silverado 2005 truck, will depend on if it has a R-12 or a R-134a system. The truck should be taken to a mechanic who can charge the AC and who can also given an estimate of the cost.
$400 to $600 depending if it has ac or not.
shorted a wire? knocked a wire loose?
above the a/c and heater housing, behind the glove box , right side dash
spend money,replace the compressor.sorry...