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2005 uplander heat fan blows but occassionally the

2005 uplander heat fan blows but occassionally the heat won't flow -- then other times it is good and hot not the fan but i am getting intermitten heat

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Your radiator in the car is fool of slam

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Uplander 2005 over heat problems

Replace the coolant temp sensor for the gauge and as far as having to keep bleeding it, it has to have a pin hole in a hose somewhere in order for it to keep getting air in it.

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I'm assuming you mean heat not hot enough. Possible causes are low coolant, malfunctioning thermostat, cooling fans staying on, or malfunctioning heat blend door. I hope this helps.

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Heater blows cold air. Vents work fine. Used the heat, turned the vehicle off and back on and heat no longer worked. Checked coolant and fuses. Turned all dials and nothing worked

Could be that the thermostat stuck in the closed position, which is preventing the coolant from getting to your heater core. Cheap part to replace and a good first step.

Dec 04, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Uplander

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Heat and air fan will not operate-turn dial and nothing!

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Jan 01, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Uplander

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Heat (or lack there of)

The heat source for the fan is probably comes from the liquid coolant in the radiator. Since the temp gauge shows it to be warm, my assumption is that there is no hot liquid getting to the heat element in the AC/heat plenum.

Do the controls feel any different than they usually do? I'm assuming you have probably been using the system in the AC mode during the summer. I would try to see what happens when the different heater controls are moved. Somewhere there is a valve that is not being actuated, or a vent door that is not moving. My experience (personal) is that a door that controls air flow is not operating and that's because it has sat in one position all summer. Sorry I can't be more specific.

Hope this helps Good luck Loringh

Nov 09, 2008 | 2005 Chevrolet Uplander

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High speed fan running all the time

if temperature is over 80 degres outside, or the ac pressure over 250, it will be on all the time, but if still doing it, like abnormal, then have the a/c presuure swtch replace or inspect.

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