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Sticky valve i have a 1999 acura tl and it is only blowing cold air. I got the problem fixed before and was told that it is a sticky heater control valve. how can i fix this myself?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    replace the valve.

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First check to see if theres even enough coolant in the car first if ther is get a buddy to turn the temp to hot then cold from inside the car while you watch the heater control valve it sits almost directly on the fire wall it is connected in line on the inlet heater hose and has a cable connected to it see if the cable moves when your friend moves the control knob if it moves your problem could be in the blend door motor or control head if the valve is the problem it is pretty easy to replace just take your time to bleed the cooling system of air after the repair

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