Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Galant
When the nob was on the heat side-and i would hear a clicking sound-the heater would work-no click no heat. and where is the heater control valve.
I just spent my whole day with the same problem and it looks as if alot of other people have too. You need to replace the control valve. Take your glove box out, then take your center console peice out. Then you have to take the passenger side plastic off. This is the peice that surrounds the glove box. Once you have done this if you look underneath the dash towards the center console you will see a little box with an arm on it that goes down to an aluminium hose. That little box with the arm is the control valve.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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