I had a similar problem with the dash light fuse blowing on my 93 Lumina APV. Had it back to the Chevy dealer several times but they were not able to, or didn't want to take the time to look for the problem. I finally took maters into my own hands and took out the cowling around the instrument display.I found the problem was in the wiring bundle that was against the steering column. The insulation was worn where the wires made contact with the steering column. A little electricians tape and a piece of cardboard fixed the problem. No trouble now for 5 years.
The relay is sticking or the horn button on the steering wheel is going bad. Most likely it is the horn button.
probally wired the pump wrong
first thing I'd check is THE TAILIGHT fuse--if it blows, no tailights AND no dash lights. Good luck
Maybe a bad valve
Maybe a stuck thermostat, or a broken radiator/heater hose. Sometimes the radiator itself blows a seam. Water pump seal, blown head gasket, etc.
You have a bad fan clutch..............
Should be the same circuit as parking/tailights Check all sockets for short to ground or overload Remove all bulbs and replace one at a time until fuse blows that will give an sidea where to further investigate
There's duct work in or under the dash. Check to see if some of this duct work came apart.
my chevy blazer 1984 the air conditioner blows from down side only.
check your PCV Valve
the system is probably out of coolant.
Heater core changed three years ago,I changed Thermostat Heater still blows cool air.
That is normal, It is a thermostat
Yeah, Cavaliers are a good car to start off with!
If the air conditioning pump in the 1993 Chevy Z24 blows perfectly, but won't get cold, it is possible that the Freon needs to be recharged in the air conditioning unit. This can usually be done for about $40 by the consumer.
You have a bad blower motor resister.........
It has a bad "Blower Motor Resistor" The fan switch itself is fine.
if the compressor isnt enguaging u should check fuse, wires and connections. my daughter had a wire rubbed thru and prvented the comp. f/coming on.
If it still blows cold when it is at running temp, check the engine thermostat, its probably stuck in the open position.
she should punch his guts out!\ Love ya -blows kiss-
no its blows up! :)
is it possible that the vent hose are disconected?
There is a leak in the rear lines running to the back.
the wire in the steering column is shorting out
When a fuse blows, you should replace the fuse and check to see what might have caused it to blow. It's a sign that there might be something causing too much current to flow in the circuit.