I had my heater core replaced the guy took my dash out and replaced it but now I don't have dash lights nor tail lights and my heat doesn't blow out of my vents as hard as it use 2 hlp?

Asked by Nov 10, 2015 at 05:39 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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855

The heat problem is prob the duct work inside the dash not being put back together, the other problems could be anything from a bad ground to a plug that's not plugged back in, if u had it fixed at a shop take it back to the same shop let them know that these things r not working after they performed the work if they are an honest shop then they will fix there fuck up on their dime if it was just some Joe some claiming to know what he was doing then I suggest u don't have them performe any more work on ur vehicles

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He's right, shoddy work- shouldn't have to take a whole dash out to do a heater core- but it's 21st Century GM so who knows? I don't wanna know-

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775

Take it back. Tell them to fix it correctly or you will call the BBB.

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