1998 chevy silverado blower motor replacement

Any good components w/o using amp?

2023.05.27 23:28 silicondt Any good components w/o using amp?

Budget 200-300$
I have a XAVAX1000 head unit which says it has...
Is there any 6.5" 4ohm component speakers that would work with this? Or would I have to get an amp?
I am replacing the speakers in my chevy silverado and the door speakers are kind of low and was thinking about putting components so I could mount the tweeter a little higher on door. Maybe on the little triangle part that covers the mirror bolt.
Is this a bad idea? Should I just get 2 way coax speakers?
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2023.05.27 22:31 stinkyfeetbandit Blown motors and upkeep

Something I saw previously posted about a 190k/200k mile expectancy to blown motor issue where people were comparing mpg and such. About the engine etc, Is that something silverados are prone to do? Die at a certain mileage?? I simply don’t drive more than 15 miles a day in mine and rarely like once a year more than 400 miles in a day at best(better be an emergency). I also don’t tac past 2k even in city when accelerating. If people don’t like it. They can go around me. And I don’t go more than 25mph bc most of my city roads that’s the speed limit. Lol. I mean I do go 35. But I feel guilty for saying I speed but it’s flow of traffic and usually my rpm is 1,100 on the hud. Treating it like this with oil change every two years or so as it needs it and tires every 5-7 depending on use and breaks. How long do you think the 2022 1500c should last and what kind of replacements or services should I unexpectedly expect that I might not know about as a new truck owner that hasn’t ever owned one. Especially a Silverado, before?
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2023.05.27 21:37 SnooGuavas8426 2004 Civic Hybrid Not Blowing Air Inside

2004 Civic Hybrid.
When I spin the fan dial, the amount of air blowing doesn't change, it keeps blowing a tiny bit. Already replaced the blower motor to no avail.
What could be the problem?
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2023.05.27 21:37 SnooGuavas8426 2004 Civic Hybrid Not Blowing Air Inside

2004 Civic Hybrid.
When I spin the fan dial, the amount of air blowing doesn't change, it keeps blowing a tiny bit. Already replaced the blower motor to no avail.
What could be the problem?
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2023.05.27 21:37 SnooGuavas8426 2004 Civic Hybrid Not Blowing Air Inside

2004 Civic Hybrid.
When I spin the fan dial, the amount of air blowing doesn't change, it keeps blowing a tiny bit. Already replaced the blower motor to no avail.
What could be the problem?
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2023.05.27 18:14 4into1 Replacing blower motor LR4

Anyone have a link to how to replace in a 2012? Fans still blowing but not as strong and consistently. Thanks!
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2023.05.27 16:27 lizziepalooza My Response to the "High Grass & Weeds Program" Threatening Letter

My Response to the
(Pic of my gorgeous, meadow-like backyard haven that can only even be seen by one other house, taken today, eight days after my "violation" was issued.)
Dear Sirs, Madams, et al. of the High Weeds & Grass Program:
I am the owner and primary resident, along with my husband, at my address. This past week I received a violation notification from your fine board, indicating that I have unleashed “an environmental public nuisance … Specifically, vegetation which has not been cut, mowed or otherwise removed” that has attained a height of “twelve (12) inches or more.”
I would first like to request clarification, along with an extension on the time period you’ve suggested before the city comes on to my property and removes plants that are residing here quite intentionally. I feel it’s necessary to protest the vague distinction of “vegetation” that has achieved a “height of twelve (12) inches or more” that could only be offending a very few people in the small cul-de-sac in which I live. Virtually every other yard in my neighborhood has vegetation in the forms of trees, bushes, and other lawn ornamentation well over twelve inches, and I myself have a multitude of trees, bushes, and so forth that fall into the realm of “vegetation” that cannot reasonably fall under the quite specific measurement of twelve inches. I would like a list of the specific vegetation you wish for me to remove, which I think is quite a reasonable request before you demand money from me for forcing unwanted changes onto property I own and pay ever-increasing taxes on.
Furthermore, I’d like to address the fact that I have very specific intentions for the future of my yard and property that don’t include the almost constant noise pollution many of my neighbors in this same cul-de-sac produce with unnecessary and excessive use of gasoline-powered lawn tools that not only disrupt the natural habitat we’re lucky enough to enjoy in this still-secluded part of Marion County, but that also make this otherwise haven of nature and beauty into a constant cacophony of chainsaws, lawn mowers, edgers, and blowers. I’d like to point out that my neighbors allow feral cats to wander around the neighborhood—a practice that is far more disruptive in a small ecosystem like the one we enjoy here than allowing a few plants to take their natural course for a few months of the year. (I can send along a number of studies and articles about the nuisance feral cats create. Here is just one from wildlife.org: https://wildlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Feral-Cats.pdf.)
I’m quite happy to produce any number of scientific texts and references, in whatever form you’d like, that show leaving a property alone for the first two years of ownership is the best way to learn the natural landscape with which you’re working and create a productive plan for moving forward with a regenerative natural landscape that doesn’t require constant upkeep and that also provides valuable ecosystem protection that’s far more important than a collection of six houses having perfectly manicured lawns, at the expense of all the peace and quiet we should enjoy every day. I’m sure the landscapers who offered to mow my lawn for the incredibly reasonable price of $1,085 as a first payment and then $300/ mo into perpetuity are making sure to keep selling that expectation to my neighbors, but I hope to demonstrate a different way to be in the future. After all, we’re already seeing effects of climate change in our state, and we all should be changing our approaches and views when it comes to the same-old ways of performing lawn care.
I bought my house in December of 2020. The past two summers, I’ve done minimal lawn care and have observed where the sun hits the lawn at various times of day to learn where I want to plant the native plants I’ve been studying in the meantime. This year, I’ve been participating in No-Mow May with a large collection of people in various online communities encouraging people to stop feeling the need to constantly hack away at their lawns, wasting time and money, and also making neighborhoods worse in myriad ways with noise pollution. I’d ask that a member of the High Weeds & Grass Program come spend a day in my yard and witness him- or herself how much more pleasant it is to hear birds and wind and various wildlife than it is to hear constant motors running. Within the next five years, my lawn will be highly manicured and packed full of native plants in properly delineated flowerbeds, but I’m not a rich enough person to do it in one fell swoop. I will work toward making improvements over this long holiday weekend, as I’d planned to do anyway, but I’d still like a review that explains far more specifically what’s wrong with my lawn.
I don’t expect us to be in disagreement once we have a better understanding of one another’s intentions, but I’m shocked that in a city as progressive as Indianapolis and a state as conservative as Indiana we can’t appreciate both environmental truths and the importance of respecting personal property.
Please don’t assume that every person with a bit of a messy yard is lazy or neglectful or unloving of their property. I love my house and the land I own, and even though it’s incredibly beautiful to me with all my vegetation over twelve inches, I am willing to bring it in line with expectations once they’re more clearly outlined. I’d also like to remind the city AND my neighbors to have some grace and consideration for several factors: This is the first home my husband and I have owned. He and I lived our entire adult lives in apartments in the city before we moved here—over half our lives at this point. Lawn care hasn’t been something we’ve had to fit into our days, and also—we don’t have years of equipment built up. We had to replace our entire HVAC in the first year of owning our home, which limited the amount we’ve been able to invest in tools that others take for granted. Times are difficult. Inflation is unbelievably high. Wages are low. People are struggling and suffering. I find it hard to believe that a few stray plants in my yard are causing “an environmental public nuisance” to anyone who doesn’t need to check their priorities. No one comes and shows you how to properly care for your lawn. There’s a steep learning curve, and we’re still on it.
Please let me know what specifics you require of me. You’re welcome to come to my door (with a properly made appointment), email me directly, or give me a call instead of sending me vague, threatening letters in the mail.
My regards—
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2023.05.27 14:04 bootifulalbatross Air temp doesn’t change with knob turn = new AC compressor?

1998 Chevy S10 LS V6 2WD extended cab truck, 103,000 miles
^ bought this truck for cheap knowing AC would only blow out barely-cold-mostly-lukewarm air. Took to bf’s step dad who did tests under the hood and said clutch is bad so AC compressor should be replaced. Cool.
Except, last night I was playing with the temperature control knob on dash, and realized there is no heat either. Air blows out at the same temp regardless of settings.
Is this still an AC compressor fix, or do I need to reevaluate for other issues? I have a friend who has replaced a few before and was going to do it for me if I got the part, but I know literally nothing about cars on my own and don’t want to go on a wild goose chase if I don’t have to. Thank you for your help 🙏
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2023.05.27 03:55 No-Independent-4212 Changing leaf springs on a Chevy 3500 Express

I have a 2012 Chevy 3500 express conversion van. It’s a 9 seater with the extended wheelbase. The ride in the rear is pretty rough even when fully loaded with people. I’ve had a single leaf spring removed from a professional shop which made a slight noticeable difference. I’ve installed sulastic shackles in the rear which helped with the jarring over rough roads but not necessarily the stiff bounces. I have replaced all the shock absorbers which improved ride quality but not bounce. The only time the ride is tolerable in the rear is the few times I’ve towed with the van.
My question is if leaf springs from a Silverado 1500 will fit in my 3500 express and is this a good or bad idea?
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2023.05.26 21:43 d_Ead Software that scans PDF documents, Need help with ideas! (Bad English)

I work for a company that sells industrial fans/blowers/motors for everything from areoplanes to freezers, now we have a huge data base of part numbers of which we cross reference with our own to make sure sizes all match so they make a good replacement. This is brilliant for modern day company's as lets say company A sells fan (I00000-0000) part number for $400 dollars but we have our own fan (9999-abt03) that is the exact same size and material at half the price $200 people will buy from us, now we have been doing this a long time for 20yrs+ with this model as it works great. However every now and then we get a part number from a really old company that went broke 30+ years ago so we spend an hour or two looking at the designs measurements manually, to then see if we have anything that is a perfect match or we could shape to fit. Now with these older parts we log the number of the part and picture and tie it to one of our product numbers (i.e 0098-3) that matches or is closest we got.
My crazy plan:
I'm looking for software that could potential scan a PDF Catalog of parts with their numbers and automatically link it to one of our products. Either because we already have the number logged on our end and tied to one of our products, or even scans the measurements of which automatically flags our closest product.
The reason:
I have 5 members of staff working 8hrs a day 5 days a week manually linking this stuff to our products of which I could really use in product sales, this would increase their pay as they want just be doing plain data logging for us.
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2023.05.26 21:07 ROMA_10 Blower motor failed 2 times in 3.5 years!

Hydro Tech - Blower motor failed twice since the installation 3.5 years ago. Parts are still under warranty, labor is not. In addition, I was as just told by the contractor that it will take about 2 weeks to get a new blower motor in - we're in Florida. I do not want to be replacing the blower motor every 1.5-2 years. How feasible is it to get the manufacturer to take the unit back and refund me? I would rather put in something more reliable (Climatemaster or a Bosch) and forget about it. Any advise for the best course of action in this situation?
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2023.05.26 17:52 Extension_Peach_1612 need help with my blower motor issue on my 1992 sport

ok ive replaced the blower motor resistor, the blower control switch and replaced the motor where do i go from there any help would be well appreciated. it also doesn't have a broken ground by no means its showing a constant voltage no matter what setting i put it on say when i put it on the 2nd knob it will show 11.8v then when i put it on high it shows 12.5v which is plenty to run a 12v motor. i also thought maybe it has a bad ground it does not being i am testing each side of the plug with my meter so im truly lost on what could be next i heard a guy say there was something behind the dash but what is behind the dash that could need replaced not to mention the name of it. any help would be well appreciated so please feel fre
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2023.05.26 16:19 reir Florida HVAC Replacement Quotes

So the blower motor is going out on my 30 year old Goodman Gas Furnace. Got a quote for $900 to replace only the motor itself. They also gave me a few quotes to replace the whole system due to the age, they seem pretty high.
Goodman 15 SEER 3.5 Ton, 1 stage heat pump or Gas Furnace - $9,500
I hate the spend that much on the blower motor, only to need to replace the whole system soon. But $10k just seems crazy, I was expecting $5-7k.
Appreciate any feedback.
Edit: Second/Third Quote
Tempstar 3.5 Ton heat pump condenser, 14.3 SEER - $7K
Comfortmaker 3.5 Ton heat pump - verbal quote, awaiting written - 5.5k - 7.5k
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2023.05.26 16:18 Nero3k Replacing AC blower motor on my 2011 5th gen.

Replacing AC blower motor on my 2011 5th gen.
What’s this cable? I don’t have it on mine.
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2023.05.26 12:11 wtfixair1 Troubleshooting Steps for Common Air Conditioner Problems

Now that we've familiarized ourselves with common air conditioner problems, let's explore some troubleshooting steps to resolve them.
Insufficient Cooling
Check the air filter: A dirty or clogged air filter restricts airflow and reduces cooling efficiency. Clean or replace the filter according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Inspect the vents: Ensure that the vents are not blocked by furniture or other obstructions. Clean the vents to remove any dust or debris.
Verify the thermostat settings: Double-check that the temperature settings are appropriate. Set the thermostat a few degrees lower than the current room temperature.
Air Conditioner Not Turning On
Check the power supply: Make sure the air conditioner is plugged in and that the power cord is undamaged. Test the outlet by plugging in another device.
Inspect the circuit breaker: Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to ensure the breaker hasn't tripped or the fuse hasn't blown. Reset the breaker or replace the fuse if necessary.
Examine the thermostat: Ensure that the thermostat is set to "cool" and the desired temperature is lower than the current room temperature. Replace the batteries if needed.
Uneven Cooling or Hot Spots
Inspect the vents and registers: Ensure that the vents and registers are open and unobstructed. Consider adjusting the airflow to redirect it to areas with hot spots.
Evaluate insulation: Check the insulation in your home, especially in areas experiencing temperature imbalances. Proper insulation can help maintain consistent cooling throughout.
Noisy Operation
Tighten loose components: Carefully inspect the air conditioner unit for any loose screws, bolts, or panels. Tighten them if necessary to reduce vibrations and noise.
Clean or replace the fan: A worn-out or dirty fan can cause noise. Clean the fan blades or consider replacing the fan if the noise persists.
Schedule professional maintenance: If the noise continues, it's advisable to contact a professional technician to air conditioning service in Melbourne.
Air Conditioner Leaking Water
Check the condensate drain line: Clear any blockages in the condensate drain line. Use a wet/dry vacuum or a pipe cleaner to remove debris and ensure proper drainage.
Inspect the evaporator coil: A frozen evaporator coil can cause water leakage. Turn off the unit and let it thaw, then clean the coil with a soft brush or cloth.
Address refrigerant leaks: If you suspect a refrigerant leak, contact a qualified HVAC technician to inspect and repair the system.
Foul Odors
Clean or replace the air filters: Dirty air filters can harbor unpleasant odors. Clean or replace them to improve air quality and eliminate odors.
Remove mold or mildew: If mold or mildew is present, clean the affected areas with a mixture of water and mild detergent. Consider using an antimicrobial treatment to prevent future growth.
Eliminate pest infestations: If decomposing pests are causing the foul odor, contact pest control professionals to address the issue.
Air Conditioner Cycling On and Off Frequently
Inspect the air filter: A dirty air filter can cause the system to cycle on and off frequently. Clean or replace the filter to ensure proper airflow.
Check the thermostat placement: Ensure that the thermostat is not exposed to direct sunlight, drafts, or heat-emitting devices. Relocate the thermostat if necessary.
Schedule professional maintenance: If the issue persists, contact a professional technician to inspect and service the air conditioner. There may be underlying issues with the compressor or other components that require professional attention.
Maintaining a properly functioning air conditioner is crucial for a comfortable and cool indoor environment, especially during hot summer months. By understanding common air conditioner problems and following the troubleshooting steps outlined in this article, you can address many issues on your own and potentially avoid costly repairs. Remember to regularly clean or replace air filters, keep vents unobstructed, and schedule professional maintenance to ensure the longevity and efficiency of your air conditioner.
If you encounter persistent or complex problems, it's always recommended to seek the assistance of a qualified HVAC technician. They have the expertise to diagnose and resolve issues effectively, ensuring optimal performance of your air conditioning system.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
How often should I clean or replace the air filters?
It's generally recommended to clean or replace air filters every one to three months, depending on usage and the manufacturer's instructions. Regular maintenance helps maintain efficient airflow and prolongs the life of your air conditioner.
Can I troubleshoot air conditioner problems myself, or should I call a professional?
Simple issues like cleaning air filters or checking power supply can be tackled by homeowners. However, if you're unsure or dealing with complex problems, it's best to call a professional HVAC technician to avoid causing further damage.
What causes an air conditioner to freeze up?
A frozen air conditioner can result from factors such as restricted airflow due to dirty air filters or blocked vents, low refrigerant levels, or malfunctioning components like the blower motor or thermostat.
Why is my air conditioner emitting a bad odor?
Foul odors can arise from mold or mildew growth, dirty air filters, or decomposing pests in the air conditioner. Regular cleaning, filter replacement, and professional maintenance can help address these issues.
How can I improve the energy efficiency of my air conditioner?
To enhance energy efficiency, keep the air filters clean, ensure proper insulation in your home, use a programmable thermostat to adjust temperature settings, and consider regular professional maintenance to optimize your air conditioner's performance.
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2023.05.26 01:26 austinasbury Anyone familiar with these wood trim panels?

Anyone familiar with these wood trim panels?
Anyone have these wood trim pieces in their truck?
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2023.05.25 23:18 YoICouldBeWrongBut Is $17k too much for a total system replacement?

Hey all, question for you. Called an HVAC company due to excess moisture and blower motor banging noises. Issue turned out to be much worse than anticipated (condenser startup amperage is at max, close to burning out. Refrigerant is only at half charge. Coils are rusted out and covered in algae. Blower motor is the same. Water build up getting worse.) it’s a mess.
Was quoted $7k for a coil replacement. Condenser would be another $4k. At this point it seemed best to replace everything and have the ducts cleaned. Total came out to $17,652. This seemed pretty high and expected closer to $10k. Is this astronomical? It includes units (coil, multi speed blower motor, 4 inch media filter, UV light, sanitized duct work, furnace and condenser). Comes with a 10yr parts warranty and 2 year labor warranty.
Based on San Antonio, Texas for reference.
Adding more details on the house and quoted system.
Home: 1500 sq ft
Unit: 3 ton 14 SEER / 12.5 EER / 80% AFUE
Condenser: high efficiency condenser
Single stage furnace
Multi speed blower motor
10 year parts warranty 20 year heat exchanger warranty 2 year labor warranty
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2023.05.25 22:32 Extension_Peach_1612 need help with my blower motor issue on my 1992 sport

ok ive replaced the blower motor resistor, the blower control switch and replaced the motor where do i go from there any help would be well appreciated. it also doesn't have a broken ground by no means its showing a constant voltage no matter what setting i put it on say when i put it on the 2nd knob it will show 11.8v then when i put it on high it shows 12.5v which is plenty to run a 12v motor. i also thought maybe it has a bad ground it does not being i am testing each side of the plug with my meter so im truly lost on what could be next i heard a guy say there was something behind the dash but what is behind the dash that could need replaced not to mention the name of it. any help would be well appreciated so please feel free to comment
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2023.05.25 19:15 ThinkConversation186 Price is High?

I took my 2015 A3 into a dealership to get the AC fixed and my electronics reset. The diagnostic cost 520, high but I’m ok with that. They found out that 3 blower motors are out. The center console, fresh air, and defroster. The price to replace is 2,000. Claiming parts are 300x3 and labor at 1100. This seems crazy expencive to me. I’m ok paying if that’s a fair price, I just want some outside opinion. This is my first audi and my first time getting it repaired so I’m scared.
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2023.05.25 16:51 Bedrae Extended Warranty Premium Plus

Extended Warranty Premium Plus
Recently I dropped my Hyundai Elantra 2015 limited for a scheduled service and tire change.
The dealer quoted me around 200 bucks for both.
Now he said he found a problem with a ball joint and needs to be replaced along with cabin air filters. He's quoting me 1200 dollars for all the services which is way too much.
I have the Hyundai extended warranty until 143000 kms. They are not entertaining the extended warranty.
Please note I went to a different Hyundai dealership since this one was closer to my place.
Please advice.
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2023.05.25 15:04 IndividualOk2841 Furnace making god awful high pitched noise

Here's a link to the video of the sound:
We called our HVAC company and they replaced the blower motor. $1000 later and literally nothing changed. So I'd like to get some more opinions on what this sound could be before spending more money.
I sleep one room over from this furnace and it severely increased my depression and anxiety levels over the winter. It's physically painful for me to hear this sound and I'm not gonna be okay if I have to go through another fall/winter hearing it.
Update: i took a video that will hopefully give you more information about that type of unit this is. The video also shows the unique noises that sound when the unit is starting and stopping. Hopefully that gives more insight.
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2023.05.25 14:54 jookyhc A/C blower sounding odd

Last night I noticed a lamp flickering, and when I listened carefully, I noticed that the attic blower on my conventional old central a/c unit would also be running less robustly whenever the bulb was dimming.
It seemed like we might be having some issues with power from the grid, but I wonder if our 9+ year old piecemeal system might also be on the way out.
Is this an early sign of a big problem, or a blip that'll work itself out?
These details may be relevant:
-We recently had a 8kW, 20 panel solar system installed, but this incident happened at night.
-The dishwasher was running when I first noticed this.
-The fan blade on my outdoor compressor unit needed a temporary repair this week, while we wait for the replacement part. The old blade fell off and was somewhat dented. My (very experienced, always professional) A/C tech said there's a very minor vibration which may cause motor problems in the long run, but that we shouldn't see anything troubling, as long as we replace the fan as soon as the part comes in.
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