I definitely moved the valve on the hcv and it circulated the heat to the rear heater core. If it were as simple as replacing the heater valve solenoid, that would be great, but the electrical may be the issue. Now, the hcv stays in the closed position until the solenoid allows vacuum to the hcv, correct? I checked the fused for the rear heater, and it is good. Not sure if there is a seperate fuse for that solenoid, is there? I really appreciate this as it will keep my windows from fogging and keep my two children warm in the back. I have to boast that I replaced the entire steering system on this suburban myself. It was a task with plenty of curse words said, but I got it done. Firestone asked who did the steering system and I told them me. They said it was rock solid and done very well.I never knew it would be so difficult to remove and install ball joints. Thank you very much for the help you are giving me.
Friday, October 14th, 2011 AT 4:31 PM