This sounds like a vacuum line problem. First thing I would check would be the vacuum lines and check valves contained in line with them, as well as the vacuum canister. Could also be a problem under the dash with the vacuum actuators in the HVAC unit. Another slight possibility also could be that the controller isn't functioning properly. Hope this helps. Good Luck!
I have a 2003 astro with the same problem, it was the blower motor
Check for a vacuum leak or broken vacuum line first and if all is correct then you will need to check the a/c - heater controller..........
I am wondering how the compressor on my 1993 Chev Astro comes apart, I have someone who will repair this for me but he is unsure as to what is involved by taking it apart.
The vents are controlled by vaccuum from the intake manifold. Check for a split rubber vac. hose on the manifold- Hope that helps.
Starting the motor.
you push through
The power off button.
It is located behind the coolant and windshield washer reservoirs. The two wires on the blower motor will lead you to it.
I have the same problem with my 98 astro. I am no mechanic, but through my online research I found the wiper delay circuit boards seem to have issues. One site said the part was $50 from Gm and installs very easily with 3 torx bolts. Hope this helps!
rear wheels are probably toed out and need an alignment
just drive through and find it
Just keep pushing on the wall until it breaks
It is located in the engine compartment on the passenger side of the vehicle just behind and to the left of the radiator overflow tank and windshield washer resovoir.
go back up the stairs or back through the little hole
Pull the blade in a direction directly up the windshield, toward the back of the van. It pops off. There may be a clip you have to loosen first. Read the directions that come with the new wiper blades, or ask your next door neighbor to help you figure it out.
''astro'' means star in greek.
It could be electical like a fuse, but I had a problem on my 2000 Astro that was caused by a rubber vaccuum line that was split. I replaced it for about 2 bucks and it corrected the problem. Hope this helps
Astro is a space mission
Nothing. The wall is dirt and you can push right through it.
It's only dirt. Push hard and it will give way.