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92 jetta has no heat blows cold air

I Just got my 92 jetta and went on the highway nd froze my ....any ideas as to what the issue could be iam going to replace the thermastat I am lost help

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  • jesse_532 Jan 10, 2009

    same problem

  • thor_shift_6 Jan 25, 2009

    my 1991 jetta 1.8 is overheating and pouring the "majority" (it appers that way) of anitfreeze out and i have no heat in my car?

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If you turn on the defroster does it actually fog up the windshield, if it does that means its your heater core, also check the flow coming out of the heater core, if its very slow, that means the heater core is plugged and needs changed. On mine the water in line was hot but the water out was freezing cold, so I changed the heater core and it fixed the problem right up.

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Do you have heat when driving at town speeds? Depending on where you are i.e Canada If its a very cold day (-20*C)the combined windchill from driving at highway speeds may be freezing your radiator, thus cooling the water/antifreeze. To solve this just cover the front grill with a barrier. Could be cardboard or duct tape. Do leave an open area just enough for some cooling.

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You may need to replace the heater core and/ or the thermostat. also, make sure you have antifreeze and water.

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