Check the throttle for carbon buildup for the idle problem, check for a leaking. If I remember correctly it was something about ensuring a more accurate reading or some such, as being next to the thermostat messed with it on occasion apparently. There should be a screw where the cylinder is. The rushing air sound you heard was most likely the electronic fan clutch starting to go bad. Always protect yourself with safety glasses and gloves when working with the coolant on your Envoy.
Go on opposite side 0f no. How can I reset the alarm so any door handle pulled will set of the alarm. I hate to advocate weird chemicals, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone. Continue to route the extension cord to the exit location desired by the customer as shown in Figure 5. Warning: To avoid being burned, do not remove the radiator cap or surge tank cap while the engine is hot. What could be causing this issue? So I am 99% sure my stepper motor is bad. It is usually retained to the bracket by a small, bendable metal tab that you can bend out to remove it and then bend it back in after the new one is on.
It was in the 90's outside. Temp is normal and no codes. Where does the pcm get it's info? I replaced my thermostat and ect sensor as a set, and my gauge still acts up. Its a pain to get if you push it in. There will be two smaller hoses that connect to it as well. Got it out and then we ended up crossthreading it trying to get the new one in.
You are risking other issues by not fixing your t-stat. It takes a special socket to replace it and the socket can not be used for anything else. The temperature gauge sensor as you call is for more then just the temperature gauge. If you've got an aftermarket alarm installed you'll have to see the installer to fix any problems. The rushing air sound you heard was most likely the electronic fan clutch starting to go bad. Torque the sensor to 15 ft-lb 20 Nm. I've never bothered with the scanner before for checking temps though, so this could be the way the truck has always run.
Coolant will not run from the reserve tank into the radiator because the hose is plugged up, and whenever the radiator gets low on coolant the temp gauge will go real high and then drop, and the heater doesn't work well. Change the tstat, then keep close eye on temps with scan gauge. Is this tied to the security system? Ok, first of all, there is no sensor on your vehicle called a vortec solenoid. Wen I had issue with ect after my tstat change it still read higher than 192. This device is oily and does appear to be leaking. What the monkeys is going on with this thing.
When you checked the coolant level, did you actually open the radiator cap and make sure the radiator is full? There are numerous things that can give you a code for the oxygen sensor. I plugged in my scan tool and the temp it shows is about 188 deg, absolute highest was 192 deg. This is a common problem. Next to that thermostat is the coolant temp. Answer: Look on front runner of intake manifold where coolant flows through the start of the thermo.
I'm sure what they are referring to is the cam actuator solenoid that you see yourself is leaking oil. I already have both parts with a chevy, it's never a bad idea to have this stuff on hand. Mine would never get above 185º even on the highway or long road trips. Any of these would need some diagnosing by an experienced technician. I replaced my thermostat and ect sensor as a set, and my gauge still acts up. If you have… They are located along the top of the motor cenerline. This is because the cooling system of your car is supposed to be a closed system, full of coolant and no air.
Point the filter in proper direction. Ask the customer where they would prefer the extension cord to exit from the engine compartment in order to determine the required extension cord length. If it were bad you would have drivability problems , the transmission would not shift correctly an the check engine light would more then likely be lit. When I would get on the accelerator, it would drop to around 165º. It looks easy to change, is it? I know it's supposed to be just above the thermostat but mine has a blank spot in that location. Just unscrew that and the cylinder should slide out. I am not trying to argue, just giving my opinion and I respect yours just as I would expect you to respect mine.
Remove the bolts and lift the coil pack to the side to reveal the plug. There are 2 on earlier models and one on later models. Then when a pocket of water passes through the system, the temperature gauge quickly falls as the water absorbs the heat from the engine. So I am 99% sure my stepper motor is bad. Check the throttle for carbon buildup for the idle problem, check for a leaking.