There is a fellow on Ebay that repairs these controls. It is easy to remove from the car and he will repair your control and ship it back out in 24 hours. He repaired mine 15 months ago and it still works perfectly. His eBay username is "musclos1" The title on his current ad is "1998- 2000 Buick Regal Century Climate, Heater Control" His current price is 36.95 including shipping.
I can't get the fan to work.
Replace control unit located under dash usually in the middle section
Defective heater resistor pack.
Perhaps a bad fan resistor
Need the correct model of vehicle you have and you cannot repair a heater core...........
YOU DONT repair them
It should be fine if you move it yourself. It should not mess anything up by you touching it, and not a repair man.
It is cheaper to replace the heater core than it is repair it
There really isn't a heater control valve. The coolant flows through the heater core at max pressure and temperature is controlled by controlling the amount of air flowing through the heater core. This is the function of the blend door and this is a fairly common failure on Ford trucks. Check heatertreater.net for diagnostic information and suggestions on how to repair the system.
The best way to find the location of a part on your car is to go to Autozone.com Once there, create an account, add your car to "my vehicles." In search key in part you are looking for, to the left of the part you should see "View Job Diagram." Click on and a repair guide image showing location of part will come up. The diagram will show the climate control system for heater related parts such as the Blend Door Actuator, Heater Core, Heater Hose Clamps, Heater Motor Resistor, Heater Control Vavle, and Blower Motor.
The cost to repair a heater core on a 1994 Dodge Shadow will vary depending on the cost of labor and parts. The starting price for the repair is $700.
Trying to repair a heater core can be a waste of time. Just replace it with a new one.
call a mechanic who couid repair it call a mechanic who couid repair it
the temperature control actuator is on top of the heater box under the dash. you have to remove the dash to get at it. a repair manuual will show what screws to remove
You don't repair, you replace.
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The repair will depend on what part of the cruise control is broken.
First need to figure out what type of hotwater heater it is (gas or electric). then this site will give you a step by step how to on how to repair it http://articles.directorym.com/Do_It_Yourself_Water_Heater_Repair_and_Replacement_-a861986.html.
Autozone has a great web site that may have the repair tips you are looking for, and it is free.
blend door is broken re-move dash and replace
You would diagnose the situation to determine the source of the problem you're having. At that point you can decide what steps are needed to repair the problem.
Take it to a repair shop
window heater not working