I recently bought vehilce. It was well maintained by its only previous owner and I have most of the repair records. Heater coil burst before I bought vehicle. I cannot make this repair myself. I am wondering what a reasonable range would be for the cost of this repair? I realize that labor rates differ by location; but I'd like to get some idea. Also, is it acceptable to use a used part for this repair?
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Not sure if there is one in the car. What it has is an EFI relay that controls power to the ECM and +12V supply to injectors, ignition coils, ignition amplifier and oxygen sensor heater. What really happened to your car?
Did you bleed your system of air???....usually a bleed screw near the thermostat housing...get allllll the air out...simetimes the heater core is at the highest oart if the system..therefore if there is air in system..thats where the air settles and no coolant will flow through the heater cire!!
Hi there!It sounds like you may have a problem with the idle speed control actualtor.This unit adjusts air to air fuel mixture.Sometimes it can get covered with carbon and not work correctly.Try taking it off and cleaning it good with some carb cleaner.Then reinstall it and see if the performance is any better.If it is then you should replace it.Here is some info,hope it helps!Thanks It is the intake air control valve in the diagram below.
The idle speed control actuator maintains idle speed according to various engine loads and conditions. This component also provides additional air during startup. It consists of an opening coil, a closing coil and a permanent magnet. According to the control signals from the ECM, the valve rotor rotates to control the bypass air flow into the engine.