The 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue evaporator case can be found at the bottom of the engine compartment. You can follow the evaporator hose from the air conditioning compressor directly to the evaporator case.
By the evaporator case. Under the dash, behind a kick panel that is below the glove compartment.
The evaporator is enclosed in the vehicle air box which is part of the HVAC system. The HVAC system must be removed from the car to access the evaporator. This is a seriously difficult job for the novice and requires almost the complete removal of the dashboard and console plus disconnection of lines on the engine side of the firewall. The GM Service manual does not go into full detail regarding removal of the HVAC unit so you should find someone who can assist.
Buick regal doesn't have a timing belt. It has an accesory belt and is change between 50,000 to 60,000. In my case i replace the accesory belt when my car was 80,000 milles.
On the evaporator case.
You probbably have controler problems but the resistor is on the evaporator case.
Buy a new one and you will see what it looks like and it is mounted on the evaporator case.
If it's for the front evaporator the box is underneath the dash board. You have to completely remove the dashboard in order to remove the evaporator case on a 1996 Town & Country.
inside evaporator case
On the evaporator case.
Hey George==The switch probably is ok Check out the resistor pack on the evaporator case. GoodluckJoe
Get a test light and find out where the power is not coming through. Check the fuse, relay and resistor pack located on the evaporator case.
The orfice tube is located in the evaporator inlet tube. There is also an expansion valve in the rear evaporator case.
CAUTION: Some models are equipped with anti-theft-radio make sure you have the activation code before disconnecting battery * Have the AC system discharged * Disconnect negative battery cable * Working from the engine compartment side of the firewall,disconnect the air conditioning lines from the evaporator inlet and outlet pipes. * Inside the car,remove the dash * Remove the glove box supportbracket * Disconnect the thermostatic switch electrical connector and then diconnect the vacuum line between the door and the heater unit * Remove the upper and lower evaporator case mounting bolts * Remove the evaporator unit from the car * Remove the sponge pad which insulates the evaporator inlet and outlet pipes * Cut the foam that lines the opening on both sides of the evaporator case.Unclip the upper and lower evaporator cases and then separate the upper case from the lower case * Detach the thermostatic switch from the evaporator case and detach the thermistor mounting clip from the evaporator unit,and then remove the thermostatic switch and the thermistor as a single assembly * Remove the evaporator unit from the lower case and then remove the expansion valve assemby from the evaporator
Under the hood on the evaporator case.
You must remove the evaporator case from behind the glovebox and disassemble it. The expansion valve is mounted to the evaporator.
Inside the evaporator case.
It is on the evaporator case or right side of the firewall.
It is located inside the evaporator case.
Its located on the passengers side inside the a/c case assembly.........
It depends on the make of car but it is on the right side of the firewall behind the right tire. It may be just a dimple on the evaporator case.
From under the hood, recover the refrigerant and disconnect battery, remove the drier, two ac line connections to evaporator core, two heater hoses from heater core, vacuum line that goes to firewall and evaporator case nuts at firewall. From the inside of the car, remove center console, center the steering wheel, lock steering and remove steering column assembly. Remove pillar trim, kick panels, defrost trim, remove bolts along the top and sides of dash, disconnect any vacuum lines that go from the ac controls to the evaporator case, unplug any electrical connectors that prevent the right side of the dash from being swung over to allow access of the evaporator case. Use a tie down strap to secure the dash out of the way if needed while accessing the evaporator case. There is a picture of a Mustang with the dash removed at DenLorsTools.com in the Tech Artice How To section. Remove the evaporator case from the vehicle and replace the evaporator, put two ounces of refigerant oil directly into the replacement evaporator. Reverse removal procedures, evacuate and recharge system.
The expansion valve is located in and with the evaporator, inside the evaporator case. This case is a somewhat square, plastic enclosure located directly behind the glove box on this vehicle.
It can be the resistor pack on the evaporator case.
If you are referring to the blower motor resistor then it is inside mounted on the evaporator case.
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