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The heat that you get from the car's heater is extracted from the engine coolant. When you first start the car, the engine coolant is as cols as the outside air, if not colder. The running engine will heat the coolant after a few minutes and then you will start to feel the heat in the vehicle. The outside temperature and the thermostat in the car are the determining factors on how fast and how hot the coolant will get. On a really cold morning 3-5 minutes is not unreasonable.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
that happened to me there is a i guess u can call it a fan cooler it keeps the fan from overheating and if that blows on a hot day it can mess up your blower moter but if its not workin at all you most likely allready did that for this job the blower moter is located behind the glove box if you not half dumb its a job u can do yourself and save a looooot of money on labor
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
2005 Chrysler T&C that has a front blower that just quit working. Pregnant wife doesn't feel safe since defroster will not work and heat is only coming from rear blower. Please help if you have any sugesions?
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
mine did the same thing. It was the gears breaking off in the resistor. However, the wiring harness and resistor melted inside of the dashboard AND DID NOT trigger the fuse... causing a safety issue. This was this past month. I notified GM and the National Highway Traffic Saftely Administration hotline located in the owners manual. They are not tracking this problem to see about safety recall. If you have this issue, you need to ntify them as well at their toll free number
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
theres no water, theres no coolant, no cracked block, theres no problem, it is normal for an rx8 (for that matter a rotary engine) to have some white foam on the dipstick. all it is is oil being thrown about by the rotors all over the chambers and foaming up, there is nothing to worry about, its just oil. it is more noticeable in 04-05 models and if you so desire you can go to a mazda dealership and the will install baffles into your oil pan or a new one that is updated to help prevent this because they redesigned it after 05.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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