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In car Heating

I have an R Plate XJ6 3.2 Executive. The heating in the car is fine and works as it should when still or up to about 40/50 mph anything over that and it turns cold? The cars engine does not overheat or anything but the cabin temperature drops. Please Help

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  • willyt01 Mar 10, 2009

    Thanks but the coolant is fine and there is no radiator cap



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When engine is cold, remove rad cap & have a look at coolant level, as well as your return bottle. If you have to add to your rad level, make sure you have engine running & the heater on (not defrost) when your adding, and let engine get up to normal operating temperature & let rad fan come on & off 2 or 3 times before you top up last time & then put rad cap back on. If coolant is low in rad & return bottle has lots in it, you may want to replace rad cap in case it's faulty.

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