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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a valve on one of the heater hoses that allows heated water to flow through the heater core when you select heat. With heat selected and car warmed up check to see if both of the hoses feel warm. If not then water is not flowing through heater core and valve may need replaced or heater core is stopped up.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: NO HEAT 94 MAZDA PROTEGE
this is a blend door problem it is either vacuum or servo motor driven and this door switches from cold side to hot side this seams like this is you problem. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
hi from uk can i offer this advice ? when you start engine let it warm up a little then drive untill temp guage reads warm at least ? then when you put front screen defrost on only select screen and No 2 speed then as temp reaches normal screen will clear fully if you select full speed on heat blower to clear screen at first start it will not work because the coolant from engine passing thro the heater matrix/radiator will be rapidly cooled by fan of heater TRY IT? in years gone by it was common remedy if you were stuck in traffic and temp rose towards hot you could cool system down by putting heater on full heat and the fan on max this cooled the engines coolant as it passed thro the heater ?hope you understand how heater/fan should work for optimum efficiency my wife has owned 2 of these accents and never had heat/demist problems it is surprising how many people consider the demist/heater systems are poor on many cars not just hyundai hope this helps best wishes
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
Maybe the heater core is blocked.....try using the water hose to force water thru it. You will need to take BOTH lines loose from the heater core..water should come out fast....Be careful and go slow,don't break the necks of the core !!!
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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