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Replaced the blower motors and had Air Conditioning. Now no heat

I had no air conditioning and they replaced the blower motors because it was also over heating. I had air after that and now that it is winter, I have noticed that I have NO HEAT and the over heating has started again. What can I do?

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  • wolgirl2004 Jan 09, 2009

    Yes, I checked the level and was able to add some coolant to the overflow. There is no coolant in the oil. This last Summer, I did not have any air conditioning and the car would over-heat on occasion. When I took it in, they stated that my blower motors were not working and then also that I had some fuses that were blown. They replaced the blower motors and the fuses and now, since it is Winter, when it came to using my heat, I discovered that it would come and go. Now I have NO heat and the car is over-heating once again.

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Also ,Check if the radiator fan comes on when temperature gauge hits the normal running temperature on your gauge, or close to it.

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    O .K. Now I think were getting some where. So when you say blowers, you mean the radiator fans under the hood. I call the blowers the fans that blow air out of your heater/defroster inside the car. Exactly where is/was your level on the coolant return bottle, is it up to the level required, marked on the side of the bottle for full hot, & full cold? If engine is currently cool, can you take rad cap off carefully & see if level is up close to top, inside the radiator. What engine does your car have in it? Has the thermostat been changed lately?

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    have you checked your coolant level in rad & bottle?


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