There is no heat in my 97 buick park ave. why? the fan works an ac. an the temp says 90 degrees but still comes out cold.
Old ducts not working properly, blocked or collapsed ducts, or vacuum problem not allowing passages to open
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I had the same problem with a 1992 Park Avenue with the 3800 engine. I first replaced the electronic ignition but that did not fix the problem. I then replaced the crankshaft heat sensor. That fixed my problem.
Remove the bolts and apply Loc-tite or other brand of thread sealer. Reinstall. This should take of the bolts loosening. If you need to remove them later, you may need to apply heat to them.
Sure. You can hook this up to any vehicle. It is easy to do. Just make sure you have the proper gage wire for the amp as a small gage wire can heat up. Also with a smaller gage wire you will lose some power to the amp.
Their is a panel under the passenger side of the dash and glovebox. Just a couple of screws in the front side of it to take it off. You will see a door that lets your heat come through and right up above it is the actuator. It has a plug running to it(about an inch wide ) so follow your wires and they will lead you to it.
Click - 1997 I In the Heat of the Click 1-3 was released on: USA: 1997
Slow Heat was created in 1997.
my heat won't work