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Only getting lukewarm air from heater even with new thermostat

Blower fan only works in one position, new thermostat made no difference, someone may have hotwired cooling fan to be constantly on, radiator level is fine.

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  • fatelistic Dec 10, 2008

    yes the cooling fan runs all the time...

  • fatelistic Dec 10, 2008

    we dont think it has anything to do with the ac....could the air temp switch not be working right? how would you test that?

  • fatelistic Dec 15, 2008

    wow! someome who knows his stuff! we will definitely check! ty!

  • jemustang78 Feb 04, 2009

    hey i was wondering my blower motor works but you cant feel were any of the heat is blowing out? how come i can put it on defrost or vent and the air still doesnt come out anywere?

  • paul swallow May 11, 2010

    does the radiator fan run all the time

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Ok with the engine at operating temp feel both of the heater hoses. both should be hot, if one is hot and the other is not . then you have a clogged heater core. flush it out and you will have good heat.
also check the wireing system for the cooling fan for any obvious wires that have been added or repaired. if all ok check the relay located in the fuse box under the drivers side dash and fuse # 13 & #15... the fuse pannel on the drivers side strut tower ( under the hood ) also has a sub-fan water temp relay

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  • paul swallow Dec 10, 2008

    i can send you a wireing diagran if u need it

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1. maybe your ac condenser blower is not working properly
2. slipping ac belt
3. air con compressor hub is sliding due to oil leak

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