Check that the wire on the rear defroster is connected to the defroster. If broken off repair it.
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This was my question- I went to the dealership- there was mud/dirt on the fan. This made the car shake when the heater/air conditioner was turned on. All they did was spray the fan off with a garden hose. It works perfect now!
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A 1997 Pontiac Sunfire would have a voltage regulator and it would be found inside the alternator.
Those danged rear window defrosters are wonderful when they work. They are pretty fragile and if just one of the little wires in the glass becomes damaged, you're done. Try opening the trunk and if you have to, climb inside. There has to be an electrical connection in there which goes to the defroster grid. It might have come loose. Or, it might have dirty contacts. Shoot it with a little contact cleaner or WD-40 and try it again. If you can indeed get at that connection in the trunk, try turning on the defroster switch and check for voltage at the connectors with a voltmeter. If you have voltage there but the defroster still doesn't work, it points to a problem in the glass. If you have NO voltage there, it would point toward the cabin and the defroster switch or the wiring from the cabin to the trunk.
The diverter, or blend, door, is not working properly, The door is either feeding the heat through the defroster, or closing the heat completely off.
Most of the Sunfire vehicles do not have a plug in for the cold. If a 2002 Sunfire had an aftermarket block heater installed, the cord for it would be located in the front bumper.
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check the fuse Look for a freyed or degraded wire with the rear door open. Located where the door joins the body at the top.
temperature gauge not working can be caused by a bad temp sensor in engine, a bad gauge in dash, or a bad fuse
Defroster vents might be plugged, but I imagine you've already checked that. It's probably a problem in the HVAC system like a loose or broken wire or a loose or cracked hose. It sounds like you might have to pull the shrouds or panels off from around the heater/ac controls to get at them, then remove, inspect, repair or replace. You should probably pick up a Chilton or Haynes manual. let us kow if you need more help.Another thought:If your AC is not working, your defrosters probably won't work either, as the AC is automatically switched on when you turn on the defroster.FriPilot
It would be in your owner's manual.
I don't see why not it is the exact same car I think up to 1999.
what would cause all power windows to only work once in awhile and defroster to go out on a 1997 dodge intrepid
Only if u used the transsmission, engine computer and motor mounts from the 01
could be a vacuum line off
you would have to change the bumper and fenders on your sunfire to get the hood to fit but to start off u would have to change the front bumper clip to interchange bumpers
all the tire sizes that will fit your sunfire without havig to make adjustments would be 14, 15 and 16.
Saying what skills and abilities the person has in regards to sales would be helpful. When stating weaknesses it would be good to state how the person is working to improve them.
Blower motor is shot or a burnt fuse.
You would need to have access to a dependable bicycle and be in good physical condition. It would also be helpful to be very familiar with the roads and streets in the area you will be working in..
The word "helpful" is an adjective. It describes a noun. An example of this would be "This answer is helpful." "Answer" is the noun, and "helpful" is the adjective used to describe it