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Tsb bulletins 2000 chevy astro vanvan lurches when making low speed turns

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My first guess would be the speed sensor on the way out.

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My 2000 Chevy Astro van steering wheel is locked and my car key wont turn at all what could i do?


Christy, make sure van is all the way up in park, grasp steering wheel and (wiggle) turn back and forth sharply while trying to get key out.
If no success call a locksmith.

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Tsb service bulletins 2006 chev hhr


Just type in on pc, TSB service bulletins for 06 chevy HHR. it should come up for you. when the page comes up, click on the 4th link down. good-day!

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Where are yhe fuses located on a 2000 chevy astro van located


Have you checked your freon level? The compressor will not engauge when the R134 level is too low .More than likely you need to recharge the system after 14 yrs you may have a small seal leak. Try picking up a recharge kit with a gauge attachment. This has worked well for me on my 3 Astros I currently own. Othwise the fuse box is on the drivers side left of the steering column.

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2 fuses to check, Kevin: in the instrument panel fuse block, 20 amp fuse #12, Htr-A/C. In the under hood fuse block, Frt HVAC fuse, 30 amp.

The new resistor you put in, was it called a "Blower Motor Resistor and Relay Pack" ? It appears there is a relay there with the resistor, but appears to only be used with htr on high speed. However the low speed wiring is also routed through this relay. If it was the Pack you put in, guess that is not an issue.
In the Heater and A/C Control Module is the blower switch. The power in to the control module is a brown wire (from the #12 fuse in instr. panel). With key on should be hot. It appears the brown wire goes to the mode switch and then to the blower switch. Check for power in, and check continuity of both switches. Or check if blower switch has power to it, then check for continuity in it-it should have continuity in all speeds.
If all is good so far, you need to check if blower motor ground is good.
Here can be found a wiring diagram for your Astro. Look for heater controls under the system called "HVAC". Every wiring diagram and TSB for the Astro (or any make, model) can be found here:
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Good luck.

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2006 chevy cobalt(85000 miles) check engine light comes on and stays on. I am getting the check engine light code p0420. Engine seems to be running smoothly.


http://www.obd-codes.com/p0420

TSB Number: 3316 NHTSA Number: 10017210 TSB Date: n/a Date Added to File: October 27, 2005 Failing Component:Electrical System Summary:Diagnostic trouble code P0420 may set on low mileage vehicles, or shortly after catalytic converter replacement
TSB Number: 3316 NHTSA Number: 10017210 TSB Date: n/a Date Added to File: October 27, 2005 Failing Component:Electrical System Summary:Diagnostic trouble code P0420 may set on low mileage vehicles, or shortly after catalytic converter replacement
there is a service bulletin for this.

http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/problems/tsb/results.cfm?start=1&SearchType=DrillDown&type=VEHICLE&year=2005&make=CHEVROLET&model=COBALT&vehtype=PC&typenum=1&component_id=0&summary=true

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1996 Astro AWD 4.3L V6 308,000Km engine hesitation/surging


tsb remove dist cap ,clean out breather holes i replaced cap and rotor at the same time. chevy has the problem with the 4.3l astro,s and blazer i have both.fixed the problem when buying the cap and rotor the directions inside will also tell you how to fix

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Looking to buy a used 2000 tundra. Did Toyota ever recall or come up with a solution for the front break problem


For the 2000 model year there were several TSB ( technical service bulletins) issued concerning brakes on your vehicle. There were no recalls concerning brakes or brake failures however.
You can check the following web site and search information on the tundra recalls and TSB's for more detail.
www.edmunds.com
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07 pacifica 3.8 eng. with 4 speed At low rpm's 1200 to 2000 it shudders and has a jerky feeling. It runs great at 70 mph at 2200 rpm and has good floor board acceleration . 4 dealers fail to acknowledge...


Well there is a rev limiter built into the pcm on your car. It is much lower rpm's in park and neutral. When u hit the rev limit of a particular gear selection, the pcm starts cutting out the injectors(fuel). This is normal. As far as the jerky feeling, the only thing I know of is a service bulletin that may apply to your car. It involves a revised torque converter for the transmission. It would only apply if your feeling this at speeds of approx 35 mph or higher when the torque converter lockup engages after a shift. Ask your dealer about a possible tsb for this if you think this may sound like your problem or search for tsb's(technical service bulletin's) yourself on the internet.

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CLUNKING IN STEERING WHEEL AT FULL STOP AND TAKEOFF.


Design issue with vehicle. redesign of i-shaft by nov or dec 08.
GM knows its the design of there vehicle.

R/R I-Shaft. See bulletin
TSB No.: 060235009
NHTSA No.: 10020815
TSB Date: June 1, 2007
Date Added to File: January 22, 2007
Failing Component:
Steering
Summary:
Power steering clunk, noise or rubbing feel while making turns at slow speeds, column, intermediate shaft, intermittent. Updated 08-15-07.

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