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The gauge don't move
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the heater nice and hot when the needle shows low temp? If the cooling fans turn on and the heater is hot, that leads me to believe the coolant temperature sensor is bad. You should try replacing that sensor. They are only $6 usd here. As long as your check engine light is not on and your fans are running, this will not hurt your car... but this is something you should fix soon if you can. Make sure the engine is cold when you replace the sensor
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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Your most probable cause for this is because your water valve needs replacement or repairing. Not all cars have a water valve that brings the heated coolant into the heater core unit.
Essentially, the heated coolant is brought from the engine block directly, into a mini radiator that has a fan to blow heated air into your vehicles cabin.
If that valve were clogged, or the switch itself to open up the water valve that blocks the coolant from going into the heater core unit, then you wont be able to get heat from the vents.
ALSO, another reason why your car might also be overheating as well, is you need to check your coolant levels as well to make sure it is fully filled up, if it is, then your thermostat might also need replacement.
good luck with your problem.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
SOURCE: The temperature gauge symbol has
this coolant level indicator add coolant S.W off and on . check coolant leakage from radiator there is thermo S.W sender little leakage re tigh . keep coolant on level .
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
It is likely the coolant is not reaching operating temperature, please verify the engine thermostat is working.
Posted on Jun 06, 2012
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