my 2000 Chevy venture van the air comes hot by drivers vet and cool by passenger vents
The wiper motor on a 1998 Chevy Venture is up under the vents next to the windshield. It is bolted to the firewall.
my Chevy venture van's heater speed control stopped working so i don't get any air flow out of my front vents...how do i fix that.
Make sure refrigerant is fully charged. Does it have dual climate control? Perhaps passenger side sensor is not working properly
If the air vents of the Chevy trailblazer 2004 are not blowing air, have the fuel pump checked.
i own a 2001 Chevy venture warner bro. edition. and the rear air blows hot while the air is on up front.. i had it checked out and the rear has no ac its just a fan for the back..go figure. my customized Chevy express full size van does the same thing
how do you fix chevy 20 ac to blow in correct vents
air want blow out vents
The air of your Chevy trailblazer 2004 blow out of the front vents when the air conditioner is on because the air condition is faulty and it needs repair.
The mode door actuator has failed. We have instructions for repair at www.trailvoy.com
You need to look on the passengers side under the dash..........
the ducts can not be hooked up for the vents to work
check cabin filter
Usually it vents from the valve cover.
its a vacuum line it goes from the belt side at the back and runs behind the engine and down the drivers side and under the battery to the pod under the skirt in the front wheel
Move the heat control lever to the off position.
How to remove the dash board in a 2003 Chevy Cavalier. Center A/C vents not working and it squeaks all the time.
The procedure for replacing the bearings on a Chevy Venture is quite straightforward. Remove the inner drive seal protector first, then secure the rotor by placing a punch into the rotor vents and the brake caliper, and remove the hub nut and washer. After removing the brake caliper, a removal tool will be required to pull the hub free. Ample grease must be used on the hub, seals and the new bearings, and use 38 foot-pounds of torque to tighten the brake caliper, and 185 foot-pounds on the hub nut.
Bad heater core.
Control problem, blend door not working are the places to start
It's the fuse for the blower motor in your dash (air vents)
Fuel Leak. Possibly the Fuel Pump. Get it checked immediately.
There are two separate accumulators one for front and one for rear
05 silverado fan works but no air from vents. This is an easy fix most likely. I would take it to your local Chevy dealership or auto repair shop.