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BE SURE THAT COOLANT SYSTEM IS AIR FREE SOUNDS LIKE AIR IS TRAPPED IN SYSTEM NOT ALLOWING COOLANT TO REACH (ECT) ENGINE CONTROL SENDING UNIT WHICH WORKS WITH COMPUTER WHICH IN TURN CONTROLS OTHER VITAL SENSORS
You Might want to Check your Heater Control Valve,Its located under your Hood between 1 Heater Hose and your Water Pump.Its Vacum Operated and could be manual as well.Have someone turn your heat on and Off while you watch under the Hood at the Heater Control Valve to See if you see it Move.Or could have a Leak.More than Likely its Frozen Closed not allowing the Hot Water to Run Through Your Heater ore ,Which Results in No HOT AIR blowing inside. Try This 1st.
folliottfami:I take you to mean that the blower just does not run. Your problem may have something to do with the motor being bad, or a wire or terminal between the relay/resistor and the motor breaking down and maybe burnt off. I can't say what is draining your battery though. Those problems usually stem from a light, such as the one in the glovebox, staying on.
Guest:: your problem may be similar. Inspect the wires and terminations in the area of the relay/resistor assembly.