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I have two of these heaters and both have developed the same fault. On both heaters the power is ok as the timer is running, but they are not getting hot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bmw 320i touring 1995 n reg
check and see if you get water/coolant circulates when you have the cap off (only check from cold start) the original water pump came with a plastic impeller and tends to strip on the shaft also check your thermostat before replacing water pump.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
SOURCE: 1997 F150 heater problem
your problem is caused by the air temperature control blend door actuator motor being defective, the little motor moves the door that gives either hot air or cold air or a blend of the 2.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Your heater core is clogged. You can fix it. Disconnect the two heater hoses and put one into a bucket. Use an air compressor to blow into the other - it'll flush the contents into the bucket. Then reverse it - put the hose you blew into, in the bucket, and blow into the one that was in the bucket. This way, whichever side of the core had the clog, you can blow it out. Reconnect the heater hoses, and then burp the system or you can end up with air bubbles in the cooling system that can cause you to overheat. Click my screenname, go to Tips and Tricks, and follow the procedure there - it'll walk you through the whole procedure step by step.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
Probably air locked. check to see if one of the hoses leading into heater is hot. Other cause could be heater solenoid control valve faulty. Very unlikely that the heater matrix is blocked. Easiest way to bleed heater is to remove hose's when car is cold and GENTLY flush through with garden hose and push hoses back on when full of water, so you know you have a heater full of fluid. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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