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No heat 2002 passat

Check thermostat
purged heater coil
raised temp 20 degrees, maxed out at 68
worried about the winter

where is the heater box-car blows air but only cool
should we try back washing-how?
or should we return the car?

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  • russo19 Jan 01, 2009

    I have no heat in my passat 2001.5 model yr. This is a v6 30 valve engine front wheel drive. I changed the antifreeze , nothing, still no heat. I checked the water lines and are hot. The heater core has heat going trough. Place the climatronic control to high setting and get cool and cold pending on outside temperature. At times i get heat , but very minimal..HELP!! Before i replace the water pump ,v-belt and the thermostat..needd to know if that will solve the problem. I have seen lot of postings in regards to similar problem..the problem was not fixed in changing all of the above..

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    i took off thermostat and did not replace it .and i replaced the water as well as flushed radiator, the car seams to still over heat and flow out thru reservior and my heater is still blowing out hot air, i thought it was impossible without a thermostat

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If you want to back wash just reverse the hoses on the outside where they connect to the heater core. if that don't work look on each hose and see if one of them has a device that has a vacuum line running to it . If there is this is a water shut off thats activated when the air con is on. temporarly you can just put a coupling in where the device comes out

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