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There is a difference of whether you are not getting any hot air or nothing is coming out of the vent at all. If you are getting absolutely no air, chances are the blower motor resistor went bad. Luckily, it is not too difficult to get to. It should be under the glove box right next to or very close to the blower motor on the passenger side. It could be right behind the glove box, but it is in that general area. You can't miss it. It should have several wires going to it and then 2 wires from it to the blower motor itself.
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Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, seems like your thermostat may be stuck open. After the vehicle been running more than 10min feel the upper radiator hose it should be hot to the touch and if not a new thermostat is needed.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
Your blend door actuator may have packed up. My manual says you have dual controls--true? If yes, is it cold on both sides?
Remove the silencer from beneath the driver side end of the instrument panel and take a look at the actuators. #4 and #6 are for the blend doors. Can you see if the little axle is rotating when you change the temp setting? If you can't tell, take one off and see if you can rotate the door by hand and get warm air to come out. If not, perhaps you have air in the cooling system. Check your coolant level and refill if needed. Then let's have a discussion about where your coolant may be leaking. OK?
Fig. Wire harness connector (1), mode door actuator (2), screws (3), drive blend door actuator (dual-zone) (4), heater core (5), blend door actuator (6)
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
The pop you referred to was mostly likely a radiator hose rupturing.
The steam would be indicative of a sudden, massive loss of coolant.
Do Not drive until problem is remedied.
Could also have been a radiator tank letting go, but I'd put my money on a hose.
Hoses are a LOT LESS COSTLY, and generally easier to replace.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
your blend door motor is stuck or it may need to be replaced. the blend door controls the temp from heat to a/c
Posted on Nov 18, 2012
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