thomas Huddleston: I used this video for 2004 chevy silverado and it was very helpful. my heater was making a horrible noise when I had it on setting 5 and then it got worse. It ended up being a piece of paper and a chunk of snow stuck in the heater.
Outdoorsmen1214: Hey 1a , I got a 03 Tahoe and water leaks very very bad when is raining and when ac is bad it leaks but it's under carpet so could this be it ?
Jose Garcia: hey 1a auto whats the name of the cover at minute 1:08 do you sell them or know where to get one i need one please help
rod builder: The later Chevys are pretty much the same as this one. You don't have to remove all the cover screws. I think it was the left 2 that we left in place and they're the ones that are hard to get to anyway. The cover will flop down so you can get to the blower and the resistor on the later models as we. Just don't force it and break the plastic!!! I have a 2011.
Rick Bright: Super helpful video. It made this job a snap! It only took me 30 from start to finish thanks you. BTW, I bought the part from you at a fair price and it fit perfect.
DB G: GREAT VIDEOS LIKE ALWAYS!!!!!
m144mantube: thank you! I just found out that a small rodent of some sort had made a nest in my fan. packed it solid full of grass in one day. oh, and a walnut too. Haha. Thanks to your video, it turned an hour long job into 30 min.
Sean Nicholls: mine blows hot air but not hot enough dos not get hot enough is that the heater core or the blower
Mark G: GREAT video, even when you blocked the camera, I had more than enough information to make this same repair. Turns out I had sunflower seeds and a peanut in the fan (stupid mice) so I cleaned it out thoroughly, ran the shop vac up the vent and also ran about 100 PSI of air through the system. whole thing runs better than when I bought the truck! Now, to see if I can send the new motor back...
Michael Rutto: Thank you so much, your video made it so easy ! My blower was filled with leaves, I did not have to replace it .I just removed the leaves and it sounds like new !
Standammit: Great video. I replaced my fan yesterday. I had to put a speed nut on the fan cover screw in the back or I would never have gotten it back on. Even then I needed 2 ratchet extensions and 2 elbows to get to it.On my 2002 Avalanche there were only two screws that had to be removed for the first large cover, then 2 more for the voltage regulator, then 2 more on the fan cover. The new fan came with a wire and plug which made the fan replacement and reconnection much easier. Thanks again, very helpful!
Viper Tactical Milsim: I just performed this install on our team vehicle, 2002 GMC Yukon. Although Ive worked under this dash before, your video was very helpful in refreshing my memory. Thanks! -S
Jacob Villegas: Mine is making a groaning noise ever up in that exact area. Any idea of what it could be?
Miguel Ortega: I have a 1999 gmc 2500 the truck won't give any heat it just blows air any ideas ?
46AFD: Basically the same area for a 1990 Camaro?
Firas Yacoub: I have a 2001 Chevy Tahoe and when I turn the heat or ac to 1,2 it doesn't work but on 3,4,5 it does should I replace the motor
Amber Ward: I have a 02 Tahoe. When I turn the fan up it makes a grinding sound. Should I try to replace the fan motor?
Jose Barajas: Hi i was wondering if you can help me out I have a 2004 gmc yukon xl im having trouble figuring out whats the problem my a/c and heater stopped working the compressor turnes hnder the hood but no cold or hot air comes out but the rear a/c does work any help please? And thank you
Tazh702: Thanx 1aauto!!! It was easy! I followed you step by step and BAM cold ac in my '01 Silverado! You def saved me $$$. I subscribed and will continue to learn way to repair my vehicles. Great channel and again, THANX!
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