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The heater runs hot in all positions even with ac on its.a 2007mazda6

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Have you checked all your fuses ? Then you might want to verify that you don't have a leak of refrigerant from your vehicle A/C system.

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Ac/Heater hot code 024 and 051 came up on diagnostic what are these codes


You apparently have a problem with the vacuum doors in the heater/ac unit under the dash. When one of these vac motors fails (won't open and close various flaps), the unit will default to either a defrost setting or floor heat setting. Fixing these is not a do-it yourself job as usually the entire dash has to be pulled to get to the failed parts. Sorry
BTW P024 is exhaust camshaft position timing and 051 is an oxygen sensor error....neither have anything to do with the heater.

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Is the compressor running when the ac is switched on ? Have you checked the freon charge with a gauge ?

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you have a leak in the vaccum line,or the heater control switch is suck.

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Heater runs too hot


Blend door in heater box has to be adjusted, Or your temperture control switch is not working (Properly)

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2002 saturn sl1 blows hot air when ac is on heater works idles and coolant leeks out just bought a new radiator still not working


Not sure where to start with this - - if you are saying the engine is running hot could be a thermostat or low coolant or other issues.
The hot air with the ac on could be the ac not being charged or a blend door stuck in one position.
Where is the coolant leaking from ?

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The heater blows hot air when in cool position on a 98 olds bravada


AC not working?

on a hot day it will blow warm/hot air if the AC is turned off or not working

If its hot air and AC is working then i would start by checking the fuse or relay. if its not the fuse/relay then i would look into the heater box there is a door that blocks the hot air

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AC dont work and heater door seems stuck in the heating position


You seem to be on the right track. You can manually jump the compressor clutch, to come on and see if she blows cold air. Follow
the compressor clutch wiring back to the evaporator. There should be
a 2 wire harness there with a connector. Take the wiring connector off
and install a small jumper wire between the 2 terminals. this should
automatically make your compressor clutch engage , regardless of
freon level or head pressure switch condition. You may also have a
vacumm leak, which controls your heater damper actuator. Check all
the vacumm hose in the engine bay and try to locate the damper in
the dash, so you can manually pull the damper open, to see how it
helps your situation.Good luck.

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Ac compressor goes on an off,even when the a/c is off... The heater works fine ..... The a/c works occaiconally....The system has been filled 2 months ago.... No leakage...... The compressor always stops...


Most cars and trucks are set for the A/C to run in defrost. Even if you have the temp at hot. The air will pass through the evaporator core first witch draws moisture out of the air. That is why you see water dripping out of a car with the air on and sitting at one place.

The dry air makes the defroster work faster. It is a safety feature.

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Have a 2000 ford expedition and the ac in the front blows hot but the rear ac works fine. what could it be


Listen and see if the vent flap is moving from the hot position, to the cold position. If that's working then the evaporator may be clogged. It sits inside the same box that the heater core is inside of and if it becomes clogged with hair or dust, then it wont allow the blower to blow through it. But it would then bring hot air through the vents because the heater core is there too.

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Heater does not blow hot air


Heater core is gone Kaput,all plugged up,,you will need to replace it.

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