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Heater doesn't blowout hot air anymore - 1995 Honda Civic

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  • prnroxhrd Dec 01, 2008

    my 97 civic would sometimes blows hot sometimes cold but now its blowing cold all the time

  • kitzrx Dec 02, 2008

    at first fan worked but could hear it rotating now fan wont blow heat out have to wait for engine to really heat for a while for blowing a little bit of air out

  • dicky boy72 Dec 29, 2008

    I've been having a similar problem with my 94 civic coupe, i've changed thermostats, flushed the system through (twice) but still no heat i think it is likely to be a knacked matrix which i will be tackling at the weeken d to see if the problem gets rectified! Fingers crossed.

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    heater is blowing cold air

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    What year, is cooling system rusty or very dirty?

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I've now sorted the problem in my civic by running the engine with rad flush then dumping all the water, then i removed both pipes running into the matrix (bulkhead side) then i put a garden hose directly onto the matrix and flushed it through the inlet and outlet alternitavley and managed to clear a fair bit of **** out the matrix. I now have lovely warm heaters all the time.

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  • dicky boy72 Jan 08, 2009

    problem now solved thanks.

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Also have them check for leaks/air bubble in the coolant system. When I had my clutch replaced I developed a similar problem that was occasionally accompanied by the idle revving and dropping or the temp gauge running suddenly hot, bleeding it out fixed it.

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My first guess would be a faulty heating core. Take your car to a local garage and have them check the one you have. I f it isn't faulty, you might just need some freon in it. Either way, they should be able to tell you.

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