Question about 2000 Daewoo Leganza
27th Nov 2007, 15:49
To the above comment: You can't have a 2003 Leganza, because Daewoo stopped selling cars in N. America after the 2002 model year.
A non-operating heater could result from a thermostat that is stuck open, keeping the engine from getting up to normal operating temperature; but if that was happening then you would probably have a check engine light on too.
More likely you have either a stuck or broken temperature control for the heater. Temperature controls are either cable-, or vacuum-operated. Find yours in the heater hose somewhere and see whether you can move the linkage on it. If that causes the heater to work, then you have found your problem. If not, then you may have a clogged heater core, which would probably mean replacement (much more expensive than a thermostat replacement, unfortunately).
Btw, your mechanic does not sound too interested in figuring out what the problem is.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: No heat
first make sure the radiator is topped off or full also the overflow is at proper level .. feel the hoses going into the cars firewall to see if they are warm or hot. if cold then the car is not letting hot water into the heater core inside the car . there is a control outside the firewall that might be at fault .
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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