Question about Peugeot 306
Even when its on cold the dial, between hot and cold its still blowing hot air
THE HEATER CONTROL CABLE, VALVE, OR SOLENOID IS STUCK OPEN......LETTING COOLANT INTO HEATER CORE AT ALL TIMES
FIND BAD COMPONENT-REPAIR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: air condition/heater
sounds like the air-conditioning expansion valve is probably not working correctly here is a way you can fix your air conditioning:
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Taurus does not use a heater control valve. It runs coolant thru the heater core constantly. You may have a temp blend door actuator problem or a plugged up heater core is also very common. Feel the heater hoses, they should both be very hot, it one is much cooler; you can try to back flush the core.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
it is the flap door inside the heater box area.alot of gm with electronic climate control have the problem.there is an actuator motor that needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Your problem is a faulty heater control valve. The design used on these vehicles allows for hot water to flow constantly and compete with the evaporator as there is no blender door. You have to replace the valve and possibly the control head. Meanwhile, you can bypass the valve to have cold air
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Have you checked the coolant level? What you describe is exactly what happens if the coolant level is low. When stopped at idle, hot coolant is not circulating through the heater core, so no heat. As the engine increases in rpm's when you pull away from the light, the water pump is spinning quicker, and some coolant is making it to the heater core. So check the level, and if it is low, keep an eye on it to see if it drops again. That of course indicates a leak somewhere. Get it fixed, as overheating the engine leads to costly repairs and worse case a new engine. Let me know how you make out with this.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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