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Check the fuses if not try the blower motor!

Posted on Jan 09, 2011

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If you cannot detect any water coming out under the dash, or trickling down the floorboard under the carpet, then it is most likely you have an air bubble in your heater core.

This by itself isn't harmful, and if you can stand it, drive around with the heater full on to see if this will get rid of the air.

If it won't, then try this strange sounding trick. Park the car on the very steepest grade you can find, nose up. This will put the radiator cap higher than your in-dash heater core. Then remove the radiator cap, turn the heater or climate control to full heat, and run the motor until it reaches operating temperature. Hopefully you will see a big burp of air emerge!

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Hello! There are only a few reasons for this awful event to occur in early December...Either Hot water isn't circulating through the heater core, the thermostat isn't opening or the door that directs heat is faulty...Is the temperature gauge showing normal? Next, is the upper radiator hose hot and hard? If the last two answers are yes then hot water is circulating...The unit that controls the doors ...ie...heat or defrost is called an Actuator...Also the lever that opens the heater may be at fault....LETS ELIMINATE...
Is there defroster heat? If no the heater core isn't opening ..If yes then the actuator is the culprit...You can check the heater by feeling of each of the two hoses that come through the firewall into the inside...If they are both hot then the heater core is open and functioning...If one is cold the heater isn't being opened by the temperature control..Or it is simply blocked with gunk....It's a 99 and getting old...I would suspect that IF the upper radiator hose is hot and hard and the temperature gauge is normal all is well with with most components and the next step is; Are both heater hoses hot...Your going to have to narrow this down for me to pinpoint the cause...See diagram below of the door actuator allowing defrost heat to be sent to the heater floor duct...
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Without more information, I can tell you that you have a problem with your heater core. Check coolant levels and make sure you aren't low on coolant. If that isn't an issue, make sure your heater core isn't bypassed. In Texas, I see them bypassed instead of repaired because it hardly ever gets cold here. You could also have a dirty heater core that isn't allowing the heat transfer. The only other thing it could be is an issue with the temperature blend door/actuator. If it isn't opening properly to allow the warm air from the heater core to enter the ventilation system, you won't get hot air.

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