Question about 1990 Honda Civic
Sounds as if a Heater Resistor unit may have gone haywire . Normally situated under the passenger footwell area . Can be changed in about 10 minutes with little knowledge.
Some cars heater switches will work on the low only not on the higher settings. Check fuses as well as these may pop. You will see the wire may be Bent, Burnt or Broken in the fuse box
Posted on Mar 08, 2015
U got a busted headlight and needs to replace! Problem on ventilation housing! There are solenoid and linkages that opens and closes the cover of the a/c heater housing, and its not working! U have to go to ur garage mechanic to fix it up! Hope that might help u out! taaah!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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