I parked my car in my driveway with the front of the car below the rear of the car on a downward incline. The car was towed on a flatbed and when it arrived at the shop, it started immediately. You can purchase the part by. I had to feel around for it and there was definitely no way to see it well enough to get a picture. The old part had part numbers T3983001 and 010100841B. They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Enclave. There are two push pin fasteners that hold this panel in place.
Easy to find either way. There is also a wiring harness connector that has to be disconnected. I guess I am wondering why and also if this is true. The code did change so I proceeded to replace the actuator. The new part had numbers T3983001 and 010141912A.
It took both hands working through the openings to remove the three t20 torx bit screws that attach the acuator to the inlet door housing. Found circuit 6060 back feeding in to circuit 2500 causing itermittent communication loss. Prior to 2010 the universal remote system vendor for General Motors was , and their control buttons were illuminated with led lights, which made them real easy to see. Detach the sun visor from the center mount to pivot to the side window, or to extend along the rod, if available. I used a small screwdriver blade to pry the center pin from the fastener. The problem is that with the ambient temperature being 98° F and the heat index at 112°F the best the vent temperature would drop to was the mid fifties. Hope this helps and you have a kind heart to give me a good thumbs up, Raz Apr 19, 2010.
But it may be on the right hand side under the dash too. Found circuit overload at contact point G110. If it does, it at least suggests that the control head is active to changes in the circuit beyond the code that had been previously stored. The fuse is located in the interior fuse box. The other place is under the dash to the left of the drivers knee. Easy to find either way. I had the car towed back to the same repair shop.
The technician diagnosed that the ground wires from the 02 sensor had shortened out. If your Enclave has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the more fuses it has. Once the pin is pulled to this general position the whole fastener can be removed from the dash. Following is the fix: Nec to check other data circuits that might back feed into high speed circuit. There appears to be a white piece of plastic that connects between the actuator and the actual door shaft.
The vehicle was towed to the dealer. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure numerous times for years and provided no repair solution. I could not get the right angle in order to see it in a picture. Original R1 is 33 ohm, 0. Typically on any vehicle the sound of the blower motor should get significantly louder when the air flow is switched from fresh air to recirculation. The other place is under the dash to the left of the drivers knee.
I surely would appreciate your investigating this hazardous short coming. This was not only a safety issue but also a fire hazard. Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. I had the car towed to a repair shop I have used for years and who I trust. I recommend 50 -80 seconds.
The vehicle was also taken to an independent mechanic for diagnostic testing. They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Enclave. Easy to find either way. If your convenience lights, turn signals, seat warmers, stereo, headlights or other electronic components suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. This display shows the operating mode of the eAssist system and the high voltage battery charge level. The more electronics your Enclave has, the more fuses it has. There is a rod on the right hand side in addition to the stop pin.