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1995 chevrolet pickup, air only blows from the bottom air vent and not the top vents.
these trucks have 3 actuators. none of these other people have a clue obviously. theres one directly to the right side of the gas pedal. theres another one directly behind the tape player deck. there is a third one behind and just below the glove box. the one behind the tape deck controls between hot and cold air. the one near the gas pedal controls A/C. the one beneath/behind the glove box controls where the air blows. please dont believe these people. there is a video on youtube that shows the location of all the actuators and shows the actuators while installed in their place.
on Nov 26, 2012
96 chevy tahoe 4x4 transfer and transmition problem
It sounds to me like your gearbox is knackered, but just to be sure get underneath & check all the linkages, get yourself a workshop manual as linkages are easy to fit even for a novice, solenoids are relatively inexpensive so if you don't feel like doing this yourself then try this route first.
on Sep 13, 2012
Well, if you have a ground signal on one injector and not the other, the ECM is not grounding it.
If the plugs are firing on those cylinders, it may be the driver in the computer. The computer uses the same signal from the distributor that fires the plugs to pulse the injectors.
If those cylinders are not firing, it could be the pickup coil in the distributor or the module.
on Sep 04, 2012
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