1989 Chevrolet Corsica Unplug Air Conditioning Evaporator

The Corsica was a compact car that was manufactured by Chevrolet from 1987 to 1996. The 1989 Corsica was available as a sedan or a hatchback. If the air conditioner is broken, unplugging the evaporator will prevent the air conditioner from using power until it can be repaired or replaced. Although removing the air conditioning evaporator is a time consuming project, unplugging the evaporator takes just a few minutes and doesn't require any tools.

Tools Used: Flashlight

Unplug Air Conditioning Evaporator

Park the Corsica and set the parking brake. Open the hood and disconnect the negative battery cable.

Open the glove compartment. Push in on the sides of the glove box to release the clips near the rear. Pull the glove compartment down and allow it to hang down.

Light up the space behind the glove compartment and locate the air conditioner evaporator's wiring harness. Squeeze in on the sides of the wiring harness and pull to disconnect it.

Reattach the negative battery cable. Shut the hood.

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