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NO Heat My heater dosn't work.Could it be a belt that snapped off it possibly looks like there might be a belt missing,would this cause the no heat problem.I checked all of the fuses there fine.

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Yeah... if the water pump is Not spinning(belt is off) then there would be no heat but alo the car would over heat Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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Hello, I got this problem with my 2002 huyndai elantra, this car originally starter this problem, no heat when driving the car, the heat started to work on and off, the radiator looks ok, but 2 days ago,...


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My heating isn't working, it sometimes works but majority of the time it blows cold. Also when the engine is running, there seems to be a noise coming from the engine, could these be related? Engine temp...


No heat or low heat in a water cooled engine is worthy of an immediate check as major damage to engine could be the result of continuing to drive it. Things to check:

These two things may cause no heat and possible not ever show as a problem on the temp gauge or temp warning light until far to late:
Low coolant/antifreeze level
Frozen coolant/antifreeze
Stuck thermostat

Other possibilities that may/may not show other signs of trouble as well:
Failing water pump (this would also explain some noise, typically like a grinding, scraping or bad bearing noise)
Slipping belt (Typically associated with the famous belt squealing or chirping noise)
Clogged radiator and/or heater core
Non-operating temperature control valve
Stuck thermostat

Hope this helps!

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I have a 1995 geo prism that the heater will not blow heat, the blower works but when the control knob is on heat it doesnt get hot or warm for that matter.. the car doesnt over heat and the rad is full .....


I would believe the problem can only be in two places
  • One the control valve which operates the amount of coolant going into the system....or
  • The ducting plates inside the center consul of the heater assembly
Unfurtunatly I can't give much help in the removal of the consul as I'm not familiar with your vehicle.
  • Usually the glove locker must be removed
  • It is also possible that the instrument panel has to come out
  • The front of the consul may have screws or possibly snap fitted (if you can't see any screws) but look very carefully
  • A third possibility is that if your vehicle is fitted with electronic climate control, that unit may have a bad connection or a blown fuse.
Sorry I can't be of more help
Regards Johngee10

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