no heat

Asked by Jan 11, 2016 at 07:26 AM

Question type: General

I have a 2005 chevy impala that has no heat. It
worked and then had some smoke come from
dash and then nothing. What could it be

6 Answers

72,085

This doesn't sound fun, smoke from under the dash means there is a short somewhere. Would have blown a fuse.

Best Answer

Where is the fuse

72,085

Fuse boxes are on passenger side front kick panel, there is an access door there, and under the hood on passenger side.

Changes fuse on passenger side in the car not sure how to find the other

72,085

I believe the positive cable from the battery runs to the one under the hood, but what do you mean changes fuse on passenger side? Did you find a blown fuse or something?

How do i know if the fuse under hood is blown

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