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A/C died suddenly

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by jvan, Nov 14, 2008.

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  1. jvan

    jvan New Member

    Today I put new tires on my wife's '05 Tahoe.
    When she turned on the a/c it blew hot air
    in front and back, could this be a computer reset error,
    or can anyone shed some light on this for me please.

    THX!
  2. retired

    retired New Member 100 Posts

    Without putting a set of A/C gauges to see if the is any pressure in the system it is hard to tell. Also does the compressor kick in and out?
  3. jvan

    jvan New Member

    No, Compressor is not kicking on. I thought it was a coincidence from
    resetting computer for tire pressure gauges
  4. retired

    retired New Member 100 Posts

    Don't know?
  5. dwill3015

    dwill3015 New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    The compressor went out this past summer on my 01 suburban. Acted the same way with the warm air.
  6. Zabob44

    Zabob44 New Member

    There is almost no chance that this had anything to do with the tire pressure sensors. By reset do you mean relearn the location?
  7. jvan

    jvan New Member

    I disconnected battery to reset computer and the a/c magically started working again.
    My best guess is there was a glitch when resetting tire pressure sensors/computer.
    Thanks for the info
  8. daddytech

    daddytech New Member 100 Posts

    I didn't know that the Computer controlled all of that in the newer trucks , that is handy information to be reserved for later. thanks for being one of only a very few that posted the resolution to your situation on here.

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