My honda oddyssey 2000 EX has problem in rear heating system ?
I have 2000 oddy and my 2nd row and 3rd row seat heating system is not blowing hot air even,passenger and driver side has hot air.i dont know about cars too much.but i dont want to go to machanic caused of a lot of $$$$ ! so please any one who can help me out and explain me to check and fix it up ! i ll really appriciate any help ! please
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The vents that direct the air to certain areas of the cars or trucks are plastic, and over time, will warp, or stick, or break.
This applies to all cars & trucks.
A good rule of thumb is, 10 years of working correctly.
If you choose to fix this, or have it fixed, start with the under dash unit, in a ********* plastic box.
Open that up and see if everything is working properly.
Then go to the tubes or pipes that send the heat or cool to the rear.
This may requires taking the seats and the carpets out to access those tubes or pipes.
Understand a dealer may charge you many hundreds of dollars, or even a few thousand to do this, because it is "labor intensive".
God bless your efforts.
I assume your talking 3rd row seating A/C, Have the same car and had same problem. Unless you use 3rd row much, unplug it ( under passenger side wheel hump pocket ) this will stop the clicking and has no effect on A/C cooling front & middle row in Florida heat. There are actually 2 plugs, do both. Not the best, but the easiest & cheapest.
You need to replace the driver side temperature door control actuator. While doing this... make sure you bolt the new one in AND THEN PLUG IT IN or it will spin and not line up in the right place... then there is a series of crazy steps to fix that problem.
I have the same problem with my 2002 Durango. After accessing the rear HVAC unit you will find that there is a rear electronic actuator that operates a plastic door inside the duct system. The door switches the rear system between heat and cold. I had two broken items, the white actuator connector has a tab that broke off and the door inside the duct has broken where this connector fits inside. I am still trying to find the parts on line. I do not know what the part numbers are for these two items. Hope that helps, it seems to be a typical problem with the older durango's.