Question about 2001 Hyundai Elantra
I would like to know what I need to get to fix the heater so it will heat.I get nothing. I hope you can help
Black rubber vacuum hoses are often a cause for heater failure, especially in older cars. Anytime the hood is up and engine is cool start inspecting and following these hoses as far as possible. They should be firm, springy upon pressing and fairly smooth. If soft,crumbly,powdery,oily, stiff/inflexible etc. they should be replaced. The ends should fit very tight over their fittings. Vacuum hose is not expensive so just replace any which are suspect. You may get lucky and find a leaker. If not you have eliminated a future leak. Be sure to mention the vac. hoses have been replaced if you need to write back and ask more questions.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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