Question about Heating & Cooling
It sometimes happened when some lights lit on the temperature control panel attached on the body of the furnace, not on the wall, but I didn't pay much attention because it didn't last for long. But this time, it has been like this for over 12 hours. There are six lights. Far left is Warm and far right is very hot. The leftmost "vacation" light lit in green. The third and sixth lights lit in yellow. I tried to unplug and re-plug the electricity in about 10 minutes in vain. How can I turn off the vacation light, if it's the problem?
Have you figured it out yet? If not what type of heating unit is it?
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First off need to know if it is a 2.0 or 1.8T engine. Most likely you have a 2.0L engine. The coolant light on the dash will stay blue untill the temp reaches a set temp by ECM, then goes out. Since the Beetles do not have a temp gauge you dont know what the actual temperature is. I replace thermostats on these all the time for this problem on these cars. To test this, start car and let run at idle and set heater fan on low. Let run untill you feel warm to hot air coming out the vents. Once its as warm as it is going to get, go drive the car at a steady cruise and see if the temp drops. If so then you need a thermostat replacement. I only use OE VW thermostats 050121113C. Hope that helps you out. Kevin
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: Heating/Air conditioning Control
hi to get the lights to stop flashing this is with you have to do he reason they are on is beacuse the battery has been removed at one time ok this is the was to get them to stop flashing. first start the vanthen slide the temputer lever all the way to the right then set the mode control to panel (this is the mode that send air to your face)then put the fan speed to full power now go to the leftmost three buttons press the top one(rear wiper on constant) and the bottom one(rear wiper hold thest for a few seconds once the lights come on solid then begin to flash you can let go. the ac will now calibrate you will feel air blow out of all the vents at different intervals and see lights come on and off then after a minute or two the top button you pressed will be slowly flashing this means it has been completed but let it run for a few minutes more to make sure nothing els flashes then press the last flashing button then your done if you need more help email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
ALL 850 and S-70 models with climate control have these issues and i am an ASE VOLVO MASTER TECH and you must have a lot of experiance to troubleshoot and fix these systems and 20 pages of tests it sounds like one of the damper motors is not working these motors direct air flow to different duct outlets
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The pcm (powertrain control module ) is telling you it has a set code in the memory. Take the car to a parts place like (auto zone ) and have them to run a scam on the pcm for a trouble code. Once you have done that then you will be able to correct the problem. Hope this will help you.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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