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1993 honda del sol... heater wont blow out hot air, only cold...

I recently bought my 1993 Honda Del Sol. However the guy that i purchased it from installed the radio himself and didnt know what he was doing, he left the ground wire exposed and while going to start the car one day after work, it sparked and caught fire for a quick second. this caused my heater to stop working completly, no air was coming out what so ever. I replaced the fuses for the heater core, and the heater is working now, however it is only blowing out cold air. Does anyone know what i can do to solve this?

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    checked for any fuses blown under hood as well?

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Sounds like he left a hot wire out, and not a ground. Most likely shorted something in your heater controls. Check there first.

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