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A/c console works fine with cold air but no heat. the winter is coming and i need to fix my heater. how can i bypass the heater console and use jumper wire

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  • cseawolfe Oct 03, 2009

    its a 1999 LHS

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Bypassing isnt your answer. you need to flush your core. If it blows air while in heat mode but not hot air then the problem is your core. Flushing the core is not very hard. locate the rubber hoses running into the firewall to the core and loosen them both from the engine and take a garden hose and spray water through both hoses until the water comes out clean. This is common because people dont use the heater in the summer and the junk collects at the core.

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Need to know what year lhs you have and this sound like a blend door problem and depending on the year it maybe controlled by vacuum or electricity or both! please let me know and i will help you straighten this out.

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