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2001 VW Passat Heater Not Working, Where Do I Trouble Shoot First?

A/C No Longer Blowing Hot Air. Is it a fuse problem or number of amps left on the battery

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I had the same problem with heater a few months ago, put my car into ththe garage, faulty water pump fixed, problem solved

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Tom

Posted on Feb 12, 2013

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SOURCE: I have an overheating 2004 vw Passat I verified

it could be the thermostat. if the car stays at normal operating temp at idle and only gets hot when you drive it is the water pump. i just changed one that never overheated at idle even when it set for an hour or more. as soon as I tried to drive it I would get a mile down the road and it would be burning hot. took the water pump off and the impeller was spinning on the pump shaft.

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SOURCE: 2001 Passat A/C blowing intermittant cold and

Probably a bad solder joint on the relay that controls the a/c. Had this problem with my 2004 Passat. It is well documented problem and with a soldering iron I fixed it in about ten minutes. From what I have read this is a common problem. You could try a new relay (number 384) or solder your old one as explained here: http://www.passatworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=244928&highlight=a%2Fc+relay+repair

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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