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No heat when car is warm there is no heat please help

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  • gard9070 Dec 09, 2008

    same problem...no heat...even though the car is warm

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    No heat in a 1987 mazda truck. New blower motor switch. Does it need a thermostat or heater core? Temp gauge doesn't move either.

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    i got a 1992 honda accord and the heat stopped working and dont how to fix and its the middle of winter

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Yup that was the problem, had to turn that little valve cause it was a broken from the inside adjustment...this would also explain why when i took my car to the track the and tried to turn on the heat to cool it off due to overheating...thanks

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Your heater control valve isn't opening to allow the hot coolant from the radiator to flow thru the heater core. It's located in the engine compartment, at fire wall in the heater hose line. Let me know how u make out.

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