Why does my GMC Canyon heater not work?

Why does my GMC Canyon heater not work?

Sometimes the outer sheath on the cable will get disconnected from the retainer, at either end of the cable, Sometimes the bellcrank will “jump” a tooth and the temp door will not move fully in one direction. You can check the end of the temp control cable by opening the glove box door, pushing in on the stops and lowering it all the way.

Where is the blower ground on a GMC Canyon?

Pull the plastic off of that area in front of the door under the glove box. My harness, along with others have had the wires for the blower melted. Cut it out of both sides, attach a new piece of wire as a jumper, and re connect the harness.

Is there a problem with the GM blower motor?

If you have a General Motors car or truck from 2002 through 2008 you’ll probably have a blower motor issue at some point. In many cases it’s a problem with the GM blower motor module. The most common complaint when this part fails is the motor will not turn on at all.

Is there a problem with my Chevy Colorado heater?

An obvious indication of that is a temperature gauge that doesn’t rise above about 1/4 on the indicator. If your temperature indication is near the half way mark, the thermostat is probably not the cause of your problem. Another problem with these trucks is that the temperature and mode controls are cable operated.

Why is my GMC Canyon heater not working?

The job of your Canyon’s thermostat is to regulate the temperature of the engine. It does this by allowing water to enter the engine when it is getting hot, and by keeping coolant from entering while the vehicle warms up. Sometimes when a thermostat goes bad, it stays stuck open. This allows the coolant to continuously enter the engine.

Which is GM Genuine Parts 15-81683 heating and air conditioning?

First off, this fit my 2007.5 NNBS Silverado LTZ. According to the ACDelco site, the old fan (in the second picture) was replaced by model number 15-81683. Which one you need is partly based on your RPO codes in the glovebox.

Where are the ACDelco original equipment blower motors located?

ACDelco GM Original Equipment HVAC Blower Motors are electric fans located in the HVAC housing. The fan pushes air through the heater core and evaporator and into the cabin.

Are there any original equipment blower motors for GM cars?

These original equipment blower motors are GM-recommended replacements for your vehicle’s original components and have been manufactured to fit your GM vehicle, providing the same performance, durability, and service life you expect from General Motors.