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Up yours Mr. A/C Specialist

This is a discussion on Up yours Mr. A/C Specialist within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by qwk93ta I like having the tops off more then I like running the air too..... Me too. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwk93ta View Post
    I like having the tops off more then I like running the air too.....
    Me too. I like feeling the wind in my hair. Oh wait, I don't have hair anymore LOL.

    And to OP, it could've been an honest mistake on the AC "Specialist", and he could've learned a lesson the hard way. Where we work, if we were to make such a mistake, we would make it right for the customer by giving them whatever we put on and only charged for the real fix, cleaning the blower cage.

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    I thought so at first but the guy I was dealing with was being a complete ass to me after I said I wanted to wait and think before I dropped any large amount of money on the A/C. Oh well, everyone is just trying to make a living. In other news I have all the photos for the write up I just can't do it at work right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHayesLS1 View Post
    Its under the passenger side dash. Its further back then where the glove box ends, look for two plastic tabs. Be careful removing them they are pretty fragile. One you get those out look that plastic piece will come out and in the back right corner you will see it sitting there. Looks like a mouse wheel. Mine was filled with trash.
    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    This..

    Also under that area is where your BCM (body control module), and a small vaccum block reside.. Becarefull not to damage or over handle the multi colored hoses that come out of the vac block or you may start having accessory setting issues.. The BCM is also a POS from the factory and could begin to act up if overly molested assuming you have not had it out to resolder it yet..
    Very good to know
    Quote Originally Posted by kiddynamite View Post
    go back to that "ac specialist" and tell him what the problem REALLY was...
    This
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    Okay here is what I'll do, today I'll get some pictures of what needs to be removed and how, then I'll post them up later tonight when I get home.

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    Silly question.....Do we have one of those cabin air filters? If so is it in the same spot?

    I changed mine last week in my wife jeep and had me wondering if our cars had one?

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    No cabin air fliter.

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    thx

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    I have friend with a grand prix that had some noise in the blower. The A/C guy told him that it will be $500 bucks because he nees to pull the dash out. I looked at him and I said that you can pull the motor from the passenger side underneath th dash. Pretty simple. So I pulled it out fo him and it had a piece of black soft foam laying inside of it. I removed the foam put it back and the noise was gone.

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