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No heat thermostat is opening heater coil

N o heat thermostat is opening heater coil good coolant level topped off

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No heat whatelse could it be

water pump, air lock , blocked heater matrix , three to get you started does the engine over heat, if not then not likely to be the water pump, has the coolant level dropped, if so top up and bleed and open and close temp control for heater at same time , need a helper , do this for ten minutes so the engine is at a good temp ,making sure coolant is topped up, if after all this still no heat i'd suggest having the heater matrix cleaned through or even replaced

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I had a hole in a heater hose that caused a vapor lock how do you get the vapor lock out

From cold, run engine without the coolant cap on, have heater control switch on hot, let the system heat up, be careful it may pump out some coolant till the thermostat opens, when the thermostat opens the water level will drop, check if heat is getting into the car, top up to max level and replace the coolant cap. Check coolant level later, when the engine has cooled down, top up required. DON'T REMOVE CAP WHEN ENGINE IS HOT

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I have no heat on idle and no heat while driving. It was no heat on idle got my oil changed and now no heat at all. :(

Check your coolant level! The coolant has to be fairly full in order to heat the heater coil. If your coolant is at proper level and your mixture is good (around 50/50) your thermostat may be stuck open. This should have nothing to do with your latest oil change.

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No heat /new heater core / new control /new thermo/ ?

Did you re-fill coolant with heater turned on ?(not defrost) Leave rad or coolant return bottle cap off when engine cold, and turn heater on and add coolant as needed to keep level up. Let engine get to normal operating temperature, and wait for rad fan to kick in and out, indicating thermostat has opened, and coolant is circulating. Let that fan kick in 2 or 3 times and keep adding coolant as needed, and check heat periodically to see if starting to throw heat. When your getting good heat, put cap back on, top up return bottle, and you should be good. I suspect an airlock in heater core. I don't see the year anywhere so I'm guessing you have a rad cap, and if that is the case, leave it off as described, and watch for increased flow in rad when it gets up to normal operating temperature, which tells you thermostat is opening. Watch for that flow, 2 or 3 times, and you should be getting heat by then. If that isn't cure, get back to me with more info on year, engine etc. Keep me posted on your progress.

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I have a 97 Plymouth Voyager and I don't get hot air. How can I fix it?

I would check your coolant level. You might have a bad thermostat as well. If the tstat is stuck open, you would not get warm enough water to heat. Your heater coil might be plugged as well. Y"ou could go to a lube shop and ask them to flush coolant and perhaps ask them to check the flow of the heater core.

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Car will only have sometimes and i have replaced

If the car is not providing heat and thermostat is good, then your problem is a faulty heater core. Sometimes when heat cores wear out, they sometimes give off an anti-freeze smell.
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