Remove the inner glove box. On the ductwork towards the left side behind the glove box you'll see a plate with 2 screws. The plate is the resistor assembly. If I remember correctly, it's on the top of the ductwork. You'll have to disconnect 2 connectors, then remove the 2 screws, then you can remove the resistor assembly. There are 4 or so coil wires on the plate, one for each of the 4 fan speeds. On mine, 1 or 2 of the wires were broken. Be careful when reinstalling the new one, not to bump the wires.
I only had one of 4 sppeds. Once the new one was in, all speeds returned. Easy once you know what you're looking for. .
Cool the heater hose and then gently take it off
A 1995 suburban doesn't have a carburetor. A 1995 suburban doesn't have a carburetor.
It is a 5.3 liter 1995 chevy suburban
Yes it will, there the same.
probably the blower motor resistor
No, a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban does not have a carburetor. The carburetors were changed in 1995 and replaced with fuel injectors.
The blower motor speed resistor is burned out. That part is available from your local auto parts store.
its next to the blower motor
Defective heater resistor pack.
Yes they will, There the same thing.
get a ruler and find out for your self!!!!!!!!
my 1995 k1500 suburban weighs in at 6,000 lbs. full of fuel
It is in the engine compartment, up by the fire wall, left of the engine, on the plastic that covers the AC climate control system.
Do you mean how to tell if it is broken?
front of engine behind the fan
that year did not take one
The amount of Freon that goes into a 1995 Chevy Suburban depends on whether or not their is just front AC or front and rear AC. If the Chevy Suburban on front AC only it takes 3.0 pounds of r134a Freon. If there is front and rear AC then it takes4.25 pounds of r134a Freon.
It is the turning signal lever. Pull it towards you.
86 to 89 OCTANE
change out your wheel cylinders..
Dextron II fluid.