there is a vacumm line under the hood on the right side that is most likely disconnected on the drivers side , take the battery out. it has probably leaked acid. look at where it has been leaking acid. find the broken black hard plastic vacume line - slide some rubber tubing over where the break is.
The trunk release for a 1997 Chevy Lumina is located on the driver side floor. An emergency release is also located inside the trunk.
why my floor air comes on when the setting is at panel air on 2004 Chevy blazer
slightly left to the glove box near the floor
Check the floor heat vent and defrost to see if air comes from them. The vents will be vacuum controlled and a vacuum leak will make the vent doors divert air to the wrong place. Check the entire engine and climate control systems for a vacuum leak.
Underneath the passenger side rear floor, under the vehicle. It is round, cylinder shape.
The fuel filter is located under the car, right under the passenger door (floor board). That would be the drivers side of car.
Check for a vacuum leak -sounds like it is starving for vacuum and reverts to the default position
I don't have a diagram, and I'm certainly not an expert, but I did have to locate the flasher on a 96 Lumina sedan and replace it. It wasn't easy to find even knowing where it should be. You have to remove the panel under the steering column and it will be farthest from you on the very front near the floor.
Probably a vacuum leak. Check under the hood for a cracked or pinched vacuum line.
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To adjust the cable, pull up the cable release at the rear of the throtle body and move the cable all the way to the rear, Then get inside the car and mash the accelerator all the way to the floor. This should adjust it.
You need to check the vacuum lines for the a/c system for leaks, breaks and loose ones first.......
what could be wrong is you might have a vacuum leak somewhere or something is disconected in the dash that switches to the vents. I had a problem with my 97 blowing air threw the floor and it was a little vacuum leak that caused it
under driver's floor board. there is a hole in the floor to fill it.
Heater core, windshield, or a clogged cowl drain line. If the liquid tastes sweet it is coolant and the heater core is leaking. Heater core must be replaced. If not, it is one of the other 2 problems.
Yes, the floor pans are the same.
Unbolt it from the floor.
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When there is a problem with the vent system it dfaults to the defrost setting. Sounds like you have a problem in the doors that direct the air flow.
it won't stay on if your blowing it the floor or using defroster.
Haynes Repair Manual covering 1995-2001 Chevrolet Lumina, Monte Carlo and Impala (FWD) page 1-22 says the fuel filter is "mounted to the floor pan just in front of the fuel tank".
Get a sledge hammer, and hit it a couple times. Should come right off. Make sure to clean up afeter yourself. We dont want you bleeding on the floor. Or you can pour gasoline and put it on fire. Keep doing it, and it should melt right off.
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