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I have no heat at idle on 2007 grand vitara but good heat when driving.

Good heat when driving but blows cold air at idle

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Sounds like you are getting poor water circulation, have you ever had to change the water pump? I have in rare cases seen the impellers erode away on the pump and it was no longer able to move water around the cooling system correctly.

Posted on Nov 15, 2014

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SOURCE: 1997 Suzuki vitara heater not working only blowing cold air

Hi, I had this problem in my 2000 Suzuki vitara. Turns out it was an easy fix - something had disconnected under the passenger side dashboard (left side) - used tape to keep it together. I've found out that it can disconnect again if you shift the hot/cold lever from one side to the other too quickly. Sorry I don't know the technical parts behind the solution but at least it is a cheap and easy fix!

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Grand vitara and the A/C or Heater

FIRST CHECK HVAC FUSE AND BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY.IF BOTH CHECK OUT OKAY PROBLEM COULD BE HVAC CONTROL SWITCH OR MODULE OR THE BLOWER MOTOR IS BAD.TO KEEP FROM SPENDING ALOT OF MONEY.THE HVAC CONTROL MODULE CONTROL SWITCH VERY EXPENSIVE.IT COULD COST $300.00 TO $400.00 DOLLARS.WHAT I WOULD DO IS REMOVE BLOWER MOTOR IN THE LEFT REAR TRIM PANEL.HOT WIRE TO BATTERY USING JUMPER WIRES.IF BLOWER MOTOR RUNS ITS THE HVAC SWITCH.IF BLOWER MOTOR DONT RUN REPLACE IT.IF THE HVAC IS BAD BEST FOR DEALERSHIP TO CHECK IT OUT.BECAUSE YOUR DASH HAS AIR BAGS IN IT. WHICH WOULD BE DANGEROUS.

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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SOURCE: Replaced the battery in my 2006 Suzuki Grand

My wife left the ignition on with the lights on and drained the battery completely. I'm having the exact same problem. Any ideas how to fix it?

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi, I have a 2007 suzuki grand vitara and recently

Look first for the fuse of the blower unit in the main fuse box. replace, if this blows off again the blower fan is faulty.
However if the fuse is intact then you must check the blower switch on the dash for poor contact.
replace as required.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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SOURCE: my 2007 grand vitaras injection

yOU WILL NEED TO HAVE THE COMPUTER SCANNED FOR CODES, WHEN EVER THE COMPUTER SEES A PROBLEM IT TURNS ON THE LIGHT AND STORES A CDOE, THE CODE WILL TELL YOU WHAT PART OF THE SYSTEM IS FAILING, ALSO IS THIS UNDER THE WARRANTY?, HAVE THE CODES READ AND THEN GO FROM THERE, THIS MAY BE A BAD SENSOR OR A CONNECTION AT AN INJECTOR, HOPE THIS HELPS,

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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