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Check coolant level

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My car doesn't get warm in idle but I get real good heat while I'm driving. The fan has to be on low while in idle to stay warm.


first thing to check is your coolant level, top up if low, this is probably the biggest reason for low to no heat. Press the helpful button.

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Make sure and top up your coolant at every fill-up for a while. Airlocked heat exchangers tend to burp out air at random until none is left. My saturn still has a little in it, i can hear it the first time i take off from a stoplight in the morning.

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On these and many other vehicles, use a vacuum refill coolant air lift.This removes all air in the cooling system and then fills the cooling system fully with coolant.

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I have no heat on idle and no heat while driving. It was no heat on idle got my oil changed and now no heat at all. :(


Check your coolant level! The coolant has to be fairly full in order to heat the heater coil. If your coolant is at proper level and your mixture is good (around 50/50) your thermostat may be stuck open. This should have nothing to do with your latest oil change.

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At idle it can take hours to fully warm up

If your concerned about driving it right away after starting, not a big issue.....start, let it warm a min or two then drive.

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Normally you should see good temp and good heat after driving about 15 minutes after the first cold start of the day.

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Sounds like you may have a thermostat stuck open. Try taking a piece of cardboard and placing it in front of the radiato. Don't block it completely, but just limit some of the airflow. See if this helps.

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