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Pontiac Transport 95 3.8 engine

Engine runs vell,but i dont get eny varm air in to the car,it only blows a littel warm air,Tank yuo.Bjorn from sweden

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Sounds like a blocked heater core or heater tap isnt working

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Heating system for '95 Grand Am, suddenly stopped blowing warm air. I've checked coolant levels and fuses, all appear ok. What else can I check?


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First thing to do would be check the thermostat. Sounds like it may be stuck open and needs replaced. If it sticks in the open position the engine never warms up properly an d will give you little or no heat.

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You probably need to recharge the a/c with refrigerant. You should look at the lines of your a/c in the engine compartment and see if any of the joints have a oily/dirty/ greasy look or feel to them. If so you will need to fix the leak with a a/c repair kit for your car. Then you can buy a a/c refrigerant recharge kit to get the a/c cold again.

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Heater doesn't work


does the blower still work?? Are you waiting long enough for the engine to warm up?? your heat comes from the engine heat. hot coolant (antifreeze) flows through the heater core (like a smaller radiator) behind the dashboard. the blower pulls air through the hot heater core, making the air hot.
If it blows air, but never gets warm, you should first check your coolant. if you drive your car without it, you will have big, expensive engine problems. If there is no coolant or very low coolant, you need to check for leaks after you refill it. (make sure you get the right kind of antifreeze. autozone can help)
most cars that new dont have radiator caps. Instead there is a seperate coolant tank under the hood. fill it to the full mark, let the car run and watch it. It will **** down the coolant from that tank untill the radiator is full.
If you have plenty of coolant, you may need a new thermostat. sometimes they get stuck. some stick open, some stick shut. It is usually easy to change one and they are cheap. I can't help you much with that cuz its different on every car. on my car, I have to crawl under it to get to the thermostat. hope this helps.

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i dont think it needs a waterpump. what temperature thermostat did you put in? unless the fan is running all the time maybe. i would try another thermostat, the engine needs to be at least 195 degrees to produce decent heat.

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