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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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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