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Temp control problem

Posted by miltruss on Jul 03, 2008 Report abuse

I have a problem with the temp control. If I turn the temp to cold it will make a noise fluttering noise and then change. It will do the same thing for heat. If if turn the temp control to cold during the day. It will not change temp until the next moring when I turn the car on. I have to put it to full heat it will make the fluttering noise and then I will get heat. Also I have noticed now that my fan on high seems to be making an noise like something is blocked or somehting is in the fan. Or possible a damper is closed. There is something going in side the fan it seems to send the air to the right areas. Like defrost or on the floor.

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  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    When I Put The Heat Cold Air Comes Out Or Sometimes It Makes A Noise And The Heat Start To Come Out

  • Anonymous Aug 22, 2008

    The temp control is working, the heater inlet hose is warm but heater won,t give hot air.

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I just repaired my 02 Galant with same problem. I removed the heater control box and disassembled and applied 12 volts dc and verified motor was ok. Then attached the plug back on and checked in car still not moving. Removed the screw holding the temp. control and cleaned contacts and applied pro-gold contact cleaner and preserve re-assembled and heater works like a chame. Saved 400-500 bucks and we have heat. About 2 hours labor to remove bottom part of dash and troubleshoot.

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