SOLVED – How to Fix AC Blowing Hot and Cold Air Temperature on GM Vehicles | HUMMER H2

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Steps today I'm going to share with you HUMMER H2   it's a hot weather and all of sudden your a/c 
is working fine but you've got a problem it's   working perfectly fine the other side of the vent 
is blowing really hot air now you got a problem   in my case on driver side it was blowing hot hot 
air but the passenger side was really nice and   cold in your case it could be vice versa, driver 
side blowing cold the passenger side blowing hot   and this fix I'm going to share with you is going 
to make a life easier you don't need to spend any   money and you can fix it yourself in my case 
I fixed it so I'm sharing with you all so you   can take advantage of this and if you found this 
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HUMMER videos this fix will work with all the   GM suburban for Lincoln Navigator all these SUVs 
Caddilac expedition Denali Yukon Explorer search   the Google many has a reported of this issue 
and after spending so much amount of money they   still not able to fix it when you think it's a 
compressor but the compressor is not an issue   because it's blowing a cold air on one side of 
your Hummer but the other side doesn't when you   turn your AC on the accuator shuts the hot air 
only the cold air flows and when you turn the   heater on it shuts the cold side and it blows 
the hot air the trick I am going to share with   you that basically not going to spend any money 
please do it exactly what I have done it and it   did fix my problem and let's get started really 
hot air on this side or that side please don't   change it accuator any other thing please try what 
I have done it in my case what happened that the   accuator was stuck no matter what you do your 
turn your HUMMER off you turn on your a/c and   just blows hot air that was one thing initially 
on the other side was 65 when was the like 90,   95 on this side so like hot burning so let me 
share with you I'm going to open it the hood first   thing we're going to open it I'm going to open the 
latches we're gonna come back on this side again   first I'm going to share with you on this side now 
we're going to go on our fuse panel I'll open it the fuse panel is located here this panel is located here in order to open it 
we're going to pull it from this side then we're   going to pry it out and this one has the tabs on 
so the tabs go in there so pop up the fuse panel   the fuse panel chart is a located on the back of 
the cover so we're going to remove AC compressor   then this is the 10 amp the way chart shows the 
first this one the big one then AC compressor   right there in the middle one you can use fuse 
puller or you can use the plier so whatever the   easier way you do it so we're going to remove the 
middle one which is 10 amp then we need to remove   this is ac compressor it's a good idea because 
there is not enough room so you pull the first   one just like that now we're going to remove 
this so now I'm going to put back the same the   other one back into the socket if we look it now 
this is the AC compressor and now the question   is that you don't want this fuse to be rotated 
and then put it in I'm going to share with you   if we look at closely that one has the numbers 
30 if you look at here 85 on the top then you   see 87 on the top 86 so the numbers are written 
correspond to 30 85 87 86 so that's thing you   need to watch out that's another tip so these two 
are removed now we're gonna go inside on a second   fuse panel we're going to remove ignition which 
is the 10 amp HVAC which is the 10 amp then 30   amp the heater AC by looking at the chart you 
know where the locations are ignition 3 which   is a 10 amp we're going to pull that out this is 
the heater AC this is 30 amp then HVAC pull that   one out just like that after removing three fuses 
ignition 3 which is 10 amp HVAC 10 amp and then 30   amp the heater AC we're going to leave it on a 
side after removing these two the third one HVAC   that's a 10 amp under airbag and ignition we're 
going to remove that which is located right here   three fuses here and three on the back it's 
a hot day today only reason I'm out here I   wanted to share this tip with you so you guys 
can take advantage of it so after removing the   three fuses in the front and the three fuse on the 
driver side now what you need to do put your key   don't crank it put it in number one let it sit 
for 10 to 20 seconds until you hear this beeps once the chime stopped then take out the key 
now this is very important this is what I have   done it if you follow it for one hour don't do 
nothing let the car rest and now the question   will be should I do it on the hot time or evening 
time doesn't matter just follow these steps after   what we have done so leave the car off for one 
hour after one hour you come back you put your   key in and that time you're just going to start 
it as soon as engine cranks it starts like 10   second you turn it off take the key out let's 
wait another five minutes after five minutes   you're going to put those fuses back at the same 
location where we have taken the fuses out so be   careful you're not going to do any mistake 
because you have the chart in front of you   if you don't have some reason the sticker fall 
off if you don't have the chart you've seen it   here and you follow exactly the same fuse back to 
the same location same thing in the front once we   are done I'm going to close up everything because 
it's already I really don't need it it's already   fixed mine so what's going to happen once you 
going to put everything back and when you're   going to put the key in creaking noise crek crek 
crek like that that means your accuator started   working your accuator back to the factory setting 
so then you're going to start it and you're going   to enjoy the cold breeze which you really wanted 
please try this trick and it's going to fix your   problem it's on a HUMMER H1, H2 H3 even all those 
GM models suburban tahoe Silverado yukon denali   Lincoln Navigator aviator this is a very common 
problem with the AC it's blowing cold air and   hot air so if this video helped you out in any way 
and if you haven't subscribed please subscribe for   more videos on auto and on HUMMER and I'm going 
to see you soon and thank you very much bye bye

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