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It's not a water heater thermostat it's a heat and air proselect.thermostat

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: heater won't heat up

Where the rubber hose goes into the heater, there should be an air switch that opens an closes a shut off to the heater coil try it manual it should open an close by hand

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Heater in 1989 Dodge Dakota won't heat

new thermostat

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

chazman05
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SOURCE: Heat lack of

9 times out of 10 on this old of vehicle its the heater core. If your car temp gauge is working and the car is heating up fine and the blower works then it is most likely your heater core. Not sure how hard it is on that car. SOme times it just under the dash takes about 30 mins but some cars you have to pull the dash out. The part alone is cheap. I would try logging onto autozone.com put in your car find the part (heater core) then look at the how to change section of auto zone.

Goodluck.

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

jlisagearhea
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SOURCE: My heater does not work

sounds like you have some mechanical aptitude..... I LIKE THAT!!!! Now....get your hand up to the evap box....after the jeep has been running for a while so it can get warmed upand turn the heater on......you should feel some hot air on the evap box on the mid to upper part...if you do this is good...it means you have a temp door actuator stickin....which is a huge tsb for these vehicles....if there is no hot air on the evap box on the inside of the jeep then get back undr the hood and put your hands on the heater core inlet and outlet hose......should both feel the same hotness...if not then ya have a faulted heater core...try to flush it and replace if necessary..........HOPE I HELPED!!!!

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 eclipse no heat

Stick your head under the driver side dash and look on the side of the blower motor check to see if the wire to the damper is moving through the small plastic conduit. over time the wires lose their rigidity and instead of moving the damper it will bend. Let me know if these look normal

Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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Proselect thermostat keeps going to 75 degrees, does not matter is I have the heat or air on


It sounds like it is programmable. Set your desired temp and hit the 'hold' button, or........ program the damn thing. lol

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I changed the thermostat but it still does not heat up what else could be wrong


Heater needs Heater Core, Heater control valve, air diverter inside the car and hot water in the heater core. If you just change the thermostat you must have had a reason. If the car was running hot it could be a radiator clog. If the core is clogged no heat. If the heater core was drained when you changed the Tstat there may be air in it - if so no heat. If the control valve (on the heater hose) does not shift- no heat. If the diverter door in under the dash does not direct the fan air through the heater core- no heat.

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HEATER IN MERCURY SABLE ONLY BLOWS COLD AIR GOT THE AIR CONDICTION FIX NOW NO HEAT


Two things.........either it's a bad blender motor,or more likely,plugged heater core..Remove heater hose from near thermostat and heater hose from water pump,and flush from water pump side heater hose back thru the heater core and out the thermostat side heater hose with a pistol grip type water nozzle. don-ohio

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My heat works on the passenger side and not the drive i've changed the thermostat and still the problem hasn't changed


If you have good heat on one side, it can't possibly be the the thermostat. Good heat on one side means that there is plenty of hot water (water and antifreeze mix) circulating through your heater core. The thermostat controls the temperature of the water. If you have hot water, the thermostat is not at fault. Your Impala is equipped with what is called "zoned climate control". All the inside air (both sides) is still heated by the same heater core. The difference between a "zoned" system and a conventional system is that there is more than one "blend-air" door insided your HVAC housing. The blend-air door swings back and forth to direct the incoming air either through the heater core (for hot air) or around the heater core (for cold air) The drivers blend-air door may be broken or the motor that moves the blend-air door is malfunctioning.

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Heat blow cold air


most likely a problem with the water circulation around the heater core. if you've never used the heater, some vehicles have a hot water shut-off valve for the heater hoses. another possibility is the thermostat had been removed. the easiest way is to start the vehicle and slowly allow it to warm up monitoring the water temperature. it should heat up to normal water temperature, then heat up and then drop down. the thermostat is usually around 180 degrees or 192 degrees. it allows the water around the engine block to heat up then once it reaches 180 or whatever it opens up circulating the cooler water from the radiator into the engine block and pushing the hotter water into the radiator to cool off. no thermostat, then the water keeps constantly circulating not allowing it to properly heat up. this can slow the heater down, lower fuel economy, alot of things especially in the winter driving...

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It actually sounds to me like you're low on coolant. My Jeep leaks coolant and whenever it gets low the temp gauge will go real high and then drop, and the heater doesn't work well. This is because the cooling system of your car is supposed to be a closed system, full of coolant and no air. When coolant leaks out, the space it used to occupy is now occupied by air, which does not transfer heat well. When 'air' is passing through your cooling system, no heat can be transferred from your engine to the heater and radiator, resulting in a hot engine and no heat at the heater. Then when a pocket of water passes through the system, the temperature gauge quickly falls as the water absorbs the heat from the engine. The hot water that cools the engine is where the heater gets it's heat from as well, so when water passes through the heater core, the heater works, but when it's filled with air, it doesn't.

Hot water runs through the heater core regardless of whether or not your thermostat is open or closed. That's why your heater works in the winter even before the engine is at normal operating temperature. The fact that the heater stops working is a good sign that the thermostat is probably not the culprit.

As for the water pump. If the water pump was bad, your temp gauge would go into the red and stay there. Water pumps generally don't work intermittently. Either it's good and ot works, or it's bad and it doesn't.

However, if you are in fact low on water, as I suspect, it means you probably have a leak somewhere. The leak could be in the water pump housing gasket, so depending on where you take it for repairs, they may try to sell you a new water pump anyhow. So just beware of that.

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