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I imagine it's some type of electrical problem with my hvac system in my car that resulted shortly after experiencing a problem with my thermostat that remained open and caused my engine light to

I'm now experiencing a serious problem where now I don't have any heat, front defroster, rear window defogger, power windows will not work, the blower will not work. I live in Nevada where the temperatures are in the single digits. During the onset of these issues I noticed that if I jiggled my key in the ignition while the vehicle was running all problems would resume normal operation. Other times when nothing would function and turned the vehicle off and let the vehicle sit for awhile everything seemed to function normally again. Now, nothing is working whether I jiggle the key, or let the vehicle sit after operation. I've checked all the fuses within the engine compartment, and inside the vehicle too and all appear normal. Earlier symptoms prior to these current problems my engine coolant would heat up inside the coolant reservoir and spill out through the pressure cap The radiator does not facilitate a radiator cap with this type of cooling system and that pressure cap I know needs to be replaced because when it overheated the spring mechanism inside the pressure cap blew to allow the pressure to release through cap.

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Its sounds like it might be the ignition switch but I don't have enough info, year make model engine trans etc.
I sometimes Google my problem to see how many other people this has happened to.

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Generally if one hose is hot, and the other hose is cold it indicates that they water is not circulating. You could have a defective thermostat. Take the thermostat out and run the engine without it. With the radiator cap off you should see a lot of water moving through. It that is the case, replace the thermostat and you should be ok. If there is no rapid movement of water it may be the impeller on the water pump came loose. This is rare, but it can happen since the impeller is usually pressed on the shaft. You should also check and see if you get a lot of bubbles when the car is running and the cap off. This often indicates a blown head gasket. Hope this helps.

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I dont think the coolant is boiling, I think you have an air bubble in your system wich is causing a air lock and youll need it flushed out. Your reservior cap should be tight always.. never loose this is an air tight system and your allowing it to get air in it. I have a 2002 linc ls and just had to pay 1000.00 to replace the system because I let an air lock go for too long and had so much back pressure I blew up my reservior.

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