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Heater for window does not work

The heater just stopped working on the window,still comes out but not on the window.is this easy to fix myself?

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  • yadayada
    yadayada Feb 19, 2012

    Rear window?

  • ashling Feb 20, 2012

    no the front screen,the heat is just coming out at dash but when i turn the swich it making no diffrence....

  • lisa_m_brook
    lisa_m_brook Sep 28, 2012

    mine does the same.any helpfull answers please?

  • lisa_m_brook
    lisa_m_brook Sep 28, 2012

    how much would this problem cost to get fixed?

  • ashling Sep 29, 2012

    hi, lisa. i thought it might be a big problem but it was not. it only cost 30euro in the garage to fix. it was just the button had come lose from the swich.

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I'm confused, the heat still comes out but not on the window, are you saying the heat blow out air but not to the front glass? the air comes out on the floor but not the top of the dash for the front windsheild. if this is the problem then it sounds like the selector door is not moving. this car is listed as a 2000 daewoo. you will need to look under the dash at the heater box, you will look on both sides, from the pass/side and driverside. you will then move the selector control, this is the control that controls the location that the heat comes out of, you will locate door this way,by moving control to see if door is moving or linkage broke or if operated by actuator motor to see if motor is operating, hope this helps good day.

Posted on Feb 19, 2012

Testimonial: "thanks johnny,i will have a go at what you said and hope that i can sort it out.its a funny one.... has to be something simple.thanks again ;)"

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