You could have a short from the controlls to the fan
under the hood on the front right side you have 4 relays the second from left to right
You will hear the fuel pump prime for about a second when when you turn the ignition key to the "on" position. It's a low buzzing sound.
It's under the steering column to the left. It's the second relay from the top, of a group of four relays. in the g. m. book it's called item #57
i think either 1982 or 1974
The most common cause of the heater blower being on high only is the blower resister failing. The second most common problem is the blower switch going bad.
Heater coil? Or do you mean the heater core? If it's the core, the problem might be due to rust in the cooling system. This is usually because someone just filled or topped off the system with plain water instead of a 50/50 mix of water/antifreeze. I'd have the whole cooling system flushed before replacing another heater core, and make sure the proper mix of water/antifreeze is used to refill the system.
Under the dash of passenger side unbolts from bottom of ducting. (squirrel cage fan) No, wrong answer, the heater fan motor on all second generation f-body cars (1970-1981 camaro, firebird, trans am) is found in the right side fender, with a/c or not.
It does if it has a rear heater. It will be back near where the heater outlets are.
The second number in a subtraction problem is called the subtrahend.
The most common problem is low refrigerant levels. Have it checked by an AC specialist. The second most common problem is a stuck heater valve. The most common problem is low refrigerant levels. Have it checked by an AC specialist. The second most common problem is a stuck heater valve. But there can be other problems as well. AC blows warm air when: ac low on charge, possibley due to leak, ac clutch not engaging, faulty ac switch or pressure switch, ac belt broken, doors not opening or closing.
Try the thermostat, second see if the heater core is plugged up if that's not the problem see if the engine is even running hot enough
At your local Pontiac dealer or an auto salvage yard. Check Ebay and Craigslist.org.
First of all.Whats wrong with them. Second if its a turning signal or a brake light problem Third is it reverse lights Being more specific does help get more answers
I found the block heater cord, second hole on the bottom on the drivers side bumper, tucked in and you can't see it
The first sign that a heater core is bad is the lack of heat from the blower motor on a vehicle. The second sign that a heater core is bad is water on the floor of the passenger side foot well on a vehicle.
It could, but your car may have a second thermostat for the heater coil for the interior of the vehicle. A service manual for your model may be available at your local library, or auto parts store. Also a problem directly with the heater coil itself could cause it. If your car is not overheating, it probably is not the water pump.
this is the second motor in this car with the same radiator/hoses and still no heat. can the heater core be a problem or maybe the radiator hoses?the car does not over heat.or can it be the part bolted onto the fire wall where the hose goes into?someone please help me.
The first is the multiplicand the second is the multiplier.
a noisy second gear in your transmission is that your second gear might have broken gear tooth which is mostly the problem with my cars.either the second gear on the counter gear or the second gear itself.
The 2005 Pontiac Grand Am cigarette lighter fuse can be found in the fuse box. The cigarette lighter fuse will be in the second column, fourth from the bottom.
Why wouldn't it? There is NO difference between a 1999 and a 2000, as of right this second i have a 1999 Pontiac grand am with a 3.4 liter (what your looking at right now) and built it from ground up. I know plenty about cars.
A walk in tub holds over 55 gals of water (with an average size body in the tub). A 40 gal. water heater will deliver 28 gals. of water before it has to recover. You can do two things. You can buy a larger heater - 65 to 75 gals. These get pretty big and expensive. If you already have a good 40 gal. heater in your home, buy a second one and run them in tandem, meaning that the second water heater flows into the first one, which is the one supplying the water to its destination. By doing this, when the hot water starts to drain from the first, instead of the water heater filling with cold water that has to first be heated, the second water heater is delivering hot water instead. 40 gal. heaters are relatively cheap. That is the way I would go.
the second number