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Getting enough heat from my used 2000 elantra

I think I got good heat last season but not now. The light for the air sometimes comes on when I am fooling with the buttons. I do not have a manual.

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  • robertmellin Dec 25, 2008

    I have not had a chance to check the fluid levels yet.But the consensus is that that is the problem of little heat. I will confirm real soon. Thank you.



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The light for air should come on with your defroster on, Be sure first your radiator is complete full while it is cold and also the coolant resivoir is at the correct level. Good luck, low coolant will definetely make it blow cold. Hope this helps, Merry Christmas

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