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Daewoo Leganza.Airlock in cooling system, heater blower works but

Airlock in cooling system, heater blower works but does not get hot, (no leaks)- cannot find a bleed valve...please help

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Remove thermostat and drill a small hole in it to allow the air to come up to header tank

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Would not go drilling any holes anywhere in the cooling system! The design of the cooling system surge tank and cap provides for air to end up in the surge tank. If you can't get heat from the heater then you probably either don't have engine water getting to the heater or perhaps the heater control cable is broken, loose or has come of altogether.

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Check the temperature control cable behind the climate control panel, it's probably come loose. Airlock in a Leganza heater core would be hard to do as it is a low point in the cooling system.

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The heater in the car is not functioning properly. The heater core is not clogged because the water does run through. What might be causing the vehicle not force out sufficient heat.

The radiator in the car just carries hot water if the tap control is opened properly . What forces the air through the core and into the cabin is a fan/ blower that is apparently not working. Check fuse and if all ok then it may be the speed control resistors in the blower housing have burnt out.

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My car is leaking coolant from the passenger side towards the back of the engine. I have a 2001 Daewoo Leganza. what could be the problem

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2000 Leganza no heat; heater core is not leaking; blower works

try and see if there is any bleed screws on the water system ie near thermostat housing or top hose sounds like you have an air lock in the water system if the blower is not getting warm

Dec 23, 2009 | 2000 Daewoo Leganza

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No heat

first make sure the radiator is topped off or full also the overflow is at proper level .. feel the hoses going into the cars firewall to see if they are warm or hot. if cold then the car is not letting hot water into the heater core inside the car . there is a control outside the firewall that might be at fault .

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I have a 2000 Daewoo Leganza. When I first bought it, there was no heat in car, temperature guage was blowing sky high and shutting down engine. It was discovered that there was engine problems, so that...

You have air in the cooling system, it needs bleeding, this is best done from the heater hoses. you cannot have a heating or cooling sysem that is not pressurised. no water no heater no demister no temp guage

Jan 17, 2009 | 2000 Daewoo Leganza

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