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You can replace this piece yourself, it is under the dash on the passenger side. You may have to remove a plastic cover, then you will see it on the hvac housing next to the blower motor. This is a VERY common failure, so have confidence it will fix your problem. The part is approx. $130, sorry I don't have the part number, as there are a couple of choices depending on your vehicle. You will have to give them your VIN number to get the correct part. http://www.justanswer.com/questions/1gfro-2003-z71-chevy-tahoe-blower
The first thing I would do is take the VIN to the dealer or manufacturer and get the right print out for your make of vechicle
I think you can find some answers at this link: en.allexperts.com/q/BMW-Repair-805/indexExp_73539.htm
Check your power steering fluid, power steering hoses and steering box for leaks. Find the leak and repair it...It is a sealed system, if you are adding large amounts of power steering fluid, it is leaking out somewhere. Hoses, reservoir, steering box, power steering pump are places to check. You should only have to add minimal fluid to the system for the entire year. The immediate squeal you hear is most probably the unit is out of fluid or has leaked onto the serpentine belt and causing it to slip. Fix the leak and check your serpentine belt for wear. http://www.fixya.com/cars/t2068287-steering_issues
I would have your valves checked. I had the same thing happen with my Prelude. Cold start it ran like crap for 1 minute and then smooth as silk. I had 1 tight valve. http://www.hondasuv.com/members/showthread.php?t=1552
In the back where the speakers are you have to take out the pannel covering the speakers it snaps out then you should see the screws.Then in the front doors remove the screw in the pocket you use to close the door and there is also one behind the handle to open the door there is a square piece that snaps out and that is covering that screw. then tou have to remove the door panel by snapping it out of place and lifting up this might be difficult.Once again you should see the screws last but not least GOOD LUCK its a pain it takes a long time to get this done but its well worth it. the hardest part is taking this car apart
there are four key parts to an air conditioner sys: the air conditonier, an evaporator condenser, compressor and of course the belt that drives it. I would check the belt first and than the compressor, if they are fine than look at the condensor.....
I agree w/ hemicuda but; You need to ask them was this removed and than REINSTALLED or REPLACED. If replaced than why.
Title:DIFFERENTIAL FLUID COUPLING DRIVE Document Type and Number:United States Patent 3653279 Abstract:A differential fluid coupling drive wherein a pair of fluid couplings in conjunction with an intermediate planetary type differential and lock-up clutch are employed to deliver power from a single engine to two separate dual power shift transmissions respectively driving opposite side wheels of a vehicle. The drive allows a normal differential action at small differences in wheel speeds, as in turning, but has high resistance to large wheel speed differentials, such as when one wheel loses traction. More info: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/3653279.html
about 100 bucks. it depends on the year and engine size. the part alone is around 100 bucks http://www.car-stuff.com/dodgeheatercore.htm