The heat does not blow heat at all. Even at 3000 rpm. It feels like fan. I have no defrost or anything. As for the alternator I will do that. And the recall might be exactly it. Is that what it's doing shutting everything off? Could it happen if I was driving.
That might be what o fix first then.
One last thing. When I turn sometimes the light turns off after the turn that's fine but sometimes there's this weird clicking. Sounds like the turning signal is still on but it's not. Sometimes it comes on non stop. Some days it barely does it and sometimes not at all.
DETROIT -- General Motors is recalling another 8.4 million cars globally from the 1997 to 2014 model years, including some that are linked to seven crashes, eight injuries and three deaths.
Most of the cars -- 7.6 million -- are across seven full-sized models being recalled for inadvertent ignition key rotation, GM said Monday. The fatalities, which occurred in two crashes, involved 2003 and 2004 Impalas.
The older-model cars range from the 1997 to 2008 model years, including the 1997-2005 Chevy Malibu; 1998-2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue; 1999-2004 Oldsmobile Alero; 1999-2005 Pontiac Grand Am; 2004-08 Pontiac Grand Prix; and 2000-05 Chevy Impala and Monte Carlo. The 7.6 million vehicles covered in this campaign make it the biggest single recall this year for GM.
GM spokesman Jim Cain said the problem with the ignition key on those models is different from the defective ignition switch in 2.6 million recalled small cars from the mid-2000s.
_________________>The switches in the small cars have insufficient torque and are prone to slipping out of run, shutting off power steering, power brakes and airbags. GM has linked 54 crashes and 13 deaths to the defect. GM dealers are in the process of replacing those ignition switches.
On the cars recalled today, the key-rotation problem is one of weight on the key. It s not system performance, Cain said. The torque in the switches may be slightly out of spec, Cain said, but the performance of the system as a whole meets the requirement.
Monday, November 24th, 2014 AT 7:22 PM