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Chevy Equinox Heater Problems

pigdoggpigdogg Posts: 1
edited July 2014 in Chevrolet
This morning I went to start my 2010 and the heater wouldn't blow air and the dash lights were gone. It was - 15. I drove it for 15 mins and restarted the car and everything worked. Mechanic doesn't have a clue. Any ideas?

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  • runoxrunox Posts: 153
    Hmm, separate fuses, so that means separate electrical wiring line for each. 15 minutes of run time means whatever warmed up. Moisture that froze somewhere, or because it was so cold something contracted or closed, then expanded / opened up when it became warm. The argument against - if temperature related, why didn't the change occur while driving? Air flow keeping whatever cold?

    Lotsa speculation there, sorry I couldn't be more helpful.

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  • runoxrunox Posts: 153
    Well, I guess we now kow how many are out there right now, 59,000. PS.

    Sounds like this is your problem.

    "According to NHTSA, an unspecified fault in the system's software programming can render the heating, air conditioning, defroster, radio control, and panel backlighting to be rendered inoperative."
  • vdvtechvdvtech Posts: 1
    I have a 2010 Equinox LT1, and was wondering if its possible to order the factory fog lights assembly and install them myself?? Anybody heard or tried doing this?? Was just curious about this...

    Thanks..
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