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Make sure they are open there's a little slide that opens and closes each vent.

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Whats normally wrong when you get no heat on a 2000 Pontiac grand am v6 3400


Water level too low in the radiator.
Air in the cooling system.
Blocked heater core.
Stuck or disconnected shut-off valves.
Sticking thermostat.

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What should the temperature of the heater core inlet hose be?


heater hoses run from the rear of the block to the water pump. One hose into the heater should be hotter than the other because heat is transferred in the heater in the car. . The cooling system draws water from the bottom of the radiator ( water pump inlet)which is always cooler than the top hose and dispenses it throughout the engine and heads including the heater core. It is then pushed past the thermostat with all the heat from the engine to the top of the radiator where it is cooled down by the air passing through the radiator . Check that the air vent for the cabin is set to recirculated cabin air and not fresh air from the outside as it will require recirculated air to increase in temperature to work properly

Nov 14, 2014 | 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

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I have a 2004 Grand prix gt2. Today while i was driving smoke started coming out of the vents. i pulled over and my husband came and drove the car around the block. no more smoke, but now no air is coming...


The first place i would look at is the heater blower motor resistor these are known to over heat the wire connector that plug into them.And if your heater fan is only coming on with 1 speed or none at all then you will need to replace the resistor.Go to www.rockauto.com for the best price on these parts.

May 15, 2011 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Replaced the therastate in a 2007 pontiac grand prix. what could be the problem it still doesn't heat good


clogged heater core very pop prob. check both hoses to firewall from back of engine pass side to make sure they are equal tmep if not it is a bad heater core you can flush these by removing the hoses and blowing them out with air or a garden hose also check to see if you hear a door closing in the vents when switched from hot to cold if you do it is safe to say itis a heater core

Jan 16, 2011 | 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP Sedan

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The heat in our 1998 continetal doesn't work. We replaced our thermostat. Still on heat. The a/c works fine. The vehicle run fine without any sign of over heating. We can't undrestand why the car's heating...


Two possible reasons, one is that your heat control valve that directs hot coolant to the heater core may be stuck or blocked. Two, you may have an airlock in the heater core that prevents water getting in to the heater core. You need to let the air out by loosening the upper most hose that feeds the heater core.

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2005 Grand Prix heater works fine when blower is off-air coming thru vent gets hot; once blower is turned on air turns cold. Why?


Sounds like a clogged heater core- insufficient coolant circulating through heater core, and as soon as you blow air past the core, it get cooled off.

Jan 09, 2010 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

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1996 grand am 3.1 wet floor on drivers side?


Either your AC drain is clogged or the heater core is failing. Does your heat work well and blow hot air? If so, it's likely a clogged AC drain (although a bad heater core could be the issue). If it does not, your heater core is shot (replacement involves removal of the dashboard).

Nov 18, 2009 | 1996 Pontiac Grand Am

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Only the passenger side vents blow cold


The cabin filter might be clogged, try replacing it.

Sep 30, 2009 | 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Heater does not work and car is overheating


Probably a clogged heater core. Orange coolant clots after a while. Should be replaced more often than recommended. If you have intermittent heat you might get lucky with a coolant system flush, otherwise you'll probably have to replace the heater core.

Dec 14, 2008 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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