I have a 2004 Malibu and trying to remove the radio/defrost control console
If this is the condenser that is frozen, you have a problem with the defrost cycle. There are 2 things that need to be checked, the defrost sensor and the defrost control board. More than likely it is the defrost control board that is the problem and of course that is the more costly of the 2.
A defrost control typically.
More than likely, your H-A/C control is set to Defrost. In most vehicles, when this is set to Defrost, the A/C Compressor runs continually.More than likely, your H-A/C control is set to Defrost. In most vehicles, when this is set to Defrost, the A/C Compressor runs continually.
the clicking you hear is more then likely just a noisy defrost timer..in some ge refrigerators the defrost timer is mounted close to the temp control.
Yes, the ac will run in the defrost position to dry the windshield.
To GE model GSSxxxx models, there is no defrost timer. It uses the main control board to time it.
The climate control computer may be defective. Check all fuses. is the defrost cold air?
Check behind the heat control panel to be sure that the vacuum hoses are all securely plugged into the control switch. As a safety measure on all cars, if you lose vacuum altogether, the default position for air direction is on defrost, so you can always see out of the windshield. Jake McCahn
It's a bad vaccum line
no heat front defrost dsah.
You have a leak in the vacuum supply to the ac control.
on the back side of the heater control panel
The rear window defrost/defog heater grid.
it should if you have the heater control in the defrost position this is to remove the moisture from the air
Need more detail, make and model and year would help.
Most likely a problem with the defrost control. A heat pump normally will develop ice in cold weather and the defrost circuit should get rid of it.
try your local junkyard
Jenn-Air-Convection-JMC9158BAW-15-CuFt-Countertop-Microwave-Oven-White has control panel has options for rapid defrost, auto defrost, ten power settings, warm or hold setting, cooking time to accuracy of 10 seconds, Scrolling VFD display and easy cook adjustment
The temperature control module for a 1997 Ford explorer is the unit that controls all of the heat and ac functions. If it is not operating properly, then the heat ac and defrost will work improperly or not at all.
You either have a bad controller or a bad actuator.........
put the heat to maximum set the control to defrost and crack a window a little to let out the moisture in the car also make sure you set the air circulation button to outside air
vacuam hose to ac control is of
You have a vacuum leak in the fan control system somewhere... not easy to locate the leak
sounds like a vacum leak in the temperature control panel or from the engine to the control panel, the line from the engine to the control panel is black, and gets split at the panel, has the engine been running a little rough or a lack of power, this might explain it