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On my 2007 Eclipse, my #2 on my heater knob doesn't blow very much air when I know it use to. Can I just replace the knob or might it be an electrical issue?

Everything was working fine a couple of weeks ago, but now gonig from 1 to 2 there is barely any air flow coming from my vents, but when I go to 3 it blows out a lot of air.

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  • Kayla Guthmiller Oct 31, 2012

    This is due to a bad Fan Motor Resistor.

  • Kayla Guthmiller Oct 31, 2012

    This is due to a bad Fan Motor Resistor.

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SOURCE: 2002 eclipse heater blows cool air

Check your antifreeze level and if low then add antifreeze until the radiator is full and the overflow tank is up to the correct level. that should solve your problem. If it isn't that, chances are your thermostat could be stuck open which isn't allowing the coolant to warm up properly.

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There are a couple of possibilites. 1 Is your vehicle equipped with seperate climate controls for the driver and passenger, if so your warm/cold air motor door on the drivers side is malfunctioning. This is located under the dash.2 Your climate controls on your dash are not working properly. Hope this helps.


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