Last post on Oct 02, 2010 at 8:37 AM
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#4 of 13 Re: 99 Malibu fuel gauge and A/C trouble [kami198]
Oct 13, 2008 (9:45 am)
AC is easy to fix, remove switch assembly clean contacts and resolder the circuit board on it no more ac trouble have fixed 2 cars for this already saving a big wad of cash for owners as price for switch is way too much have fun and be careful always disconect the battery first
#5 of 13 Re: 99 Malibu fuel gauge and A/C trouble [kami198]
Aug 21, 2009 (1:34 pm)
The AC not working on one and two could possibly be your blower motor resistor. mine never worked on 1 and 2 and i just replaced myselff for $22. its a bugger to get to, behing the blower motor under the glove box.
#6 of 13 ac and fuel gauge
Aug 21, 2009 (1:51 pm)
They sending unit is in the gas tank a job left to a shop, the ac you can fix remove the negative battery terminal first. Remove the switch assemby clean the switches with electric contact cleaner and if you have a soldering iron resolder all the connections the resistor is under the dash and you will needhelp putting the blower motor back in because you can't hold by yourself and put the screws back in. Please do not try working on the fuel sender unit it is too dangerous. I hope this help you. Also if the power windows stop working remove the swiches on the door drivers side and clean the switches with I sprayed some WD40 in them and they worked again moisture getsin them and they stop working.
#7 of 13 99 chevy Malbu gas gauge
Aug 21, 2009 (3:55 pm)
#8 of 13 99 chevy Malbu gas gauge
Aug 21, 2009 (3:55 pm)
My gas gauge is acting funny. It works fine until the tank starts getting low. Once it gets low it jumps back up to full. Once I fill it back up it works fine again until I get low. Any suggestions on what's causing it?
#10 of 13 97 malibu ac switch keeps blowing fuse
Aug 25, 2010 (10:26 pm)
i have a 97 malibu an two weeks ago the ac and fuel and temp. gauge stop working, i found the 10amp fuse blown, so i replace it and everything went back to work. but this week again same problem ,but now everytime i turn the ac on the fuse blows, so i unplug the ac plug from compressor ans i try the heater and thats fine , so i was thinking its the compressor, but now since i unplug it ,the cooling fans also stop working, i change the temp. switch and it temp goes over 190 and no fans , does anybody knows if the fans are also in the same circuit with the ac, since in summer the ac was working and ac cooling fan was also working. thanks for any help.
#11 of 13 Gauges losing power and security sensor lock out
Aug 31, 2010 (3:17 pm)
I'm also having a problem with the gauges going haywire.My car's security sensor comes on and after I turn the car off it won't start. Security sensor stays on
I've had it in to the dealer and they replaced my battery. Next day same problem. I had to have it towed in and of course they were closed at the time. When I just called to see if they fixed the problem, they say there;s nothing wrong with it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
#12 of 13 Re: Gauges losing power and security sensor lock out [slowhand5]
Sep 01, 2010 (7:00 am)
I apologize that your vehicle is experiencing concerns. How long has the concern been present? Does anything come up on the DIC when this happens? Is the concern intermittent? Thank you,
Mariah GM Customer Service
#13 of 13 Re: Gauges losing power and security sensor lock out [slowhand5]
Oct 02, 2010 (8:37 am)
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