Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
Continuos heat in my 2000 VW golf,,replaced the thermotat today and still having heat
Make sure the heater control is not on defrost and the the vent is not open. When you put it in defrost there is a vent that opens allowing air to come from outside, from the engine compartment. You should have the control to reserlculate, vent closed. I think that's what you mean, right? Your getting heat inside the car while driving, continuously? If the controls are in the right setting then you have a problem from the switch to the vent. If what you mean is that your car engine is overheating, then the car does not have enough coolant. There is air inside the cooling system, not enough fluid to cool the vehicle. If you're sure this is not the problem then change the coolant sensor. Adding or replacing coolant to a radiator is more tricky then people make it seem. When you replaced the thermostat coolant should have been added properly and you should have no problems. Unless you installed the thermostat backwards.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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