My question is, is this correct. Remove the right side sound insulator and the glove box module. Thank you for using FixYa. My aldata manual, only shows how to test with some type of scanner, which I don't have. What ever you do when working under the dash panel, do not touch the yellow-taped wiring harness to avoid accidental deployment of the air bag which will activate even with the battery disconnected. If you really want to check if the rebuilt blower motor is working, connect the battery positive and negative terminals direct to the blower motor. Hi, For some reason, I think you were not able to see my.
I had this problem with a 1990 Cadilac Deville, it was just a plugged up heater core. Oct 01, 2010 i've been down here too myself, and discovered that the temp control motor, located in the bottom of the glove box, which you can access by clearing all your stuff in in and opening a small door. It is a small motor and on your car with climate control there is probably two of the motors. I hope that takes care of my problem, this has been a nightmare for me, as I'm doing this job as a favor for a friend of my wife. And no a heater core would not have that much effect on whether your car overheated. Are you telling there is absolutely no way to check it this way? The motor moves the paddles inside the heater to direct the heat and the ac. Below is a modified copy.
Thinking it was defective, I bought a rebuilt one and it did the same. One for the passenger side and one for the driver side. Remove the glove box and lower closeout panel on the passenger side with key on change temp setting and they should move, the lower one is for the driver side. If not, it means your programmer is defective. Thank you for using FixYa.
I don't believe that info from Docfixit will help now. Heater problem 1995 Cadillac Deville V8 Front Wheel Drive Automatic I removed my Blower motor, it takes a 3 prong plug, the red wire going to the blower, has power, so I now have the blower on the bench. Drain and recycle the engine coolant. Then hook up a jumper wire to the harness where the third signal wire come from and it should run. Aug 27, 2010 The heater in your car depends upon a flow of hot coolant going through the heater core in order to get hot air into the car. If they are not getting hot, the heater core needs to be flushed out or replaced.
As I stated I removed the blower already, so I disconnected the negative battery, that will erase any codes correct. When I feed 12 volts and ground to the 2 wires, it wont work. Please help what could be the reason why this heater is not blow out hot air. If they are not too hot, then the core might be plugged. Posted on Aug 28, 2008 the heater core in a 1998 Cadillac is very tricky to replace. What ever you do when working under the dash panel, do not touch the yellow-taped wiring harness to avoid accidental deployment of the air bag which will activate even with the battery disconnected. Your blower motor is solid state and you can't get a reliable test hooking up wires in fact you can smoke a good motor.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008 Check the actuator motor on the heater box inside down by the floor in the center of the car. I supposed one is for power, another for ground and the third one is for something like a signal. We have checked the motor. And then look for an oily film on the coolant. One sign that is typical of a defective or damaged DeVille air conditioner blower motor is if it works in high fan speeds but not at low fan speeds. Good luck and kind regards. Today I tried just laying the blower on the top of the engine, with the fan blades facing up.
At AutoZone, purchasing and installing a new fan has never been easier or more affordable. Good luck and kind regards. Remember to install sealant after flushing out the system to prevent leaks. Maintaining a comfortable temperature in your car is imperative in getting around during those hot summer months or cold winter ones. When you change temperature, this rod should move. Remove the glove box and lower closeout panel on the passenger side with key on change temp setting and they should move, the lower one is for the driver side.
If you see either or both of these conditions, then you need to check for either a blown head gasket or a cracked block. Do you live in an area that rodents may be a possibility? Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Fortunately, with AutoZone's Same Day Store Pickup or or more, acquiring a new heater blower motor for Cadillac DeVille is quick and easy when you shop with us online. Oct 11, 2012 First you need to check and make sure that your water pump is working and circulating the coolant. Thinking it was defective, I bought a rebuilt one and it did the same. Disconnect the heater core hoses using tool J-37097 or an equivalent. If your car is equipped with a heater control valve that is not functioning properly, the coolant flow will be restricted.
They love the heater box, and usually pack it full. One for the passenger side and one for the driver side. If the heater core is partially plugged, it will restrict the flow. Then hook up a jumper wire to the harness where the third signal wire come from and it should run. Jun 12, 2017 i've been down here too myself, and discovered that the temp control motor, located in the bottom of the glove box, which you can access by clearing all your stuff in in and opening a small door. We have also changed the thermostat. You may need to visually inspect how these flapcovers work and see if they move when you adjust the controls.