Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Apple the cat, Apr 17, 2014.
I kmow you work for Ford Mack, but I gots a Chevy truck kestin- you have time for a kestin???
Mack's not here right now. Can I take a message?
So's this fuckin' truck with no heat!!!!
I'm having a Massive Mack Attack!!
Try Mackin' it with a smaller butt plug next time Sally!!!
How big is Mack's penis? Has he ever revealed its length and girth? TYIA
Have you turned the heater knob so the pointer is aimed at the red?
Did it used to have heat? If so, and you're a little lucky, all you need's a thermostat...@ $4. It is stuck open, and not allowing the heater to work properly.
Just make sure you seat it properly, otherwise you'll crack the bell housing. Two bolts. Follow the upper radiator hose back to the bell housing of which I speak.
I'm getting my car back tomorrow
You don't have one of those killer chevys do you?
What was it?
Linkage. A rod just fell out. Parts and labor, 120
You need to recruit some friends that turn wrench.
I have some. Just didn't have a chance to get it to them.
I've offered to help him out, but he just ignores me.
Ok Mack, here's my ketchin:
04 Chevy Silverado, Duramax diesel with digital dual zone heat. I get heat when it's set to 90 degrees (which is the override point), but at any lower temp no heat. Could it be the interior temp sensor's gone bad, or is there something else to look at? Thanks for the help BTW!
duramax, huh? Not a hemi?
If it's your steering linkage you're talking about, you might want to ask if you need an alignment. That's usually at least $60. A lot of garages are not setup for alignments, but will be happy to fix the issue.
you're asking a diesel mechanic why your heat doesn't work