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No hot air in cab from heater

Heater controls set for heat in the cab. fan comes on. but no heat.
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Heater is only blowing cold air


1: if engine not hot 180F there will be no cab heater.
2: fan must blow, it seems it does.
3: the mode switch must be in heat and the lever to max heat.
4: heater valve bad or clogged.
5: heater core insides clogged, (no coolant service every 2yr)
6: outside of heater core packed in leaves or pin needles.
7: dampers set wrong. in heater box.
8: controller of damages , bad.

do you want me guess, or to recommend tests.
all this is covered in the FSM, every word and all test.
under section called HVAC
or is online at alldata.com

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1996 Montero Heater Blower not working


I assume your heater setting is electric control, if so either your defrost and floor heat switch failed or wire problem. For the air not hot, check the heat control valve on the top of the hose it should be in front of the firewall. I don't know your car is using mechanic valve or electric control valve. Anyway check there first. Good luck.

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Heater hose diagrams


The interior cab heating system is identical to 4-wheeler cars. Two hoses connect to the cab heater core box, which is part of the engine radiator coolant system. If you're not getting heat when you turn on the heater fan, then one of the hoses is blocked or the heater core box is blocked up. One hose is inlet, which brings hot coolant from the engine to the cab heater core box. The 2nd hose is outlet which returns the coolant fluid from the heater core box back to the engine coolant system. Its likely these hoses and the heater core box are 20 years old and had never been replaced since the semi truck rolled off the assembly line in 1994. To diagnose for blockage, disconnect both hoses from the engine side, then connect an air blower to one hose to push pressurized air into this hose. Air should be coming out the other hose. If there's no air, or less air pressure, then there's blockage which is restricting hot coolant from passing through, resulting in little or no hot air when you turn on the "hot" air fan. Replace the heater core box first. If you're not getting hot air, then replace both hoses next.
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2005 Mitsubishi galant heat doesn't work. Blower works and air conditioning work but no heat comes out. Coolant is full. Just feels like outside air temp with heat on hot.


Your thermostat may be stuck open and your coolant isn't getting hot to warm the cab.Here's a link on how to replace,very easy to do.Don't let your pets near spilt coolant,will kill them.

Oct 11, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Why would my fan blow but not blow hot air?


Locate the heater hoses and feel for temperature.Should be warm to the touch.
There may be an external heater control valve next to the firewall that is either vacuum or cable controlled.
the lever on the side opens and closes: warm coolant going into the heater core,inside the cab. If the valve is stuck,no heat.
If the vacuum to the valve is ZERO,it should open.
If the heater control vacuum hose is leaking air,you should get hot air ALL of the time.
people in the winter want heat NOW. Bypass the heater valve,under the hood with a section of copper or plastic tubing.
Even if the heater core is partly plugged up,you will still get some heat.
If the control valve is stuck closed: NO HEAT.
Listen under the dashboard for a hissing sound.That may be the problem for the control valve not opening.(Turn the fan off)
I'll assume this is a late model truck.

Nov 26, 2012 | GMC Sonoma Cars & Trucks

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Drained radiator added prestone Radiator flush refilled and started overheating, drained radiator replaced thermostat and now I get no heat from heater,Radiator water is hot


disconnect the heat hoses going into fire wall , put hose into one with pressure and flush as it sounds like it could be bloked in the heater core,the other thing that could be the problem be the hot ,cold switch as it restricts the flow to makes the heater hoter or colder , it might need tlc or replacing as it is manaul not elec

May 08, 2012 | 1995 Toyota 4Runner

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Even though the outside temp is above 35 degrees my unit still runs as if it is on emergency heat because the outside fan does not come on and the house is really hot!


SOunds like we have some control problems--
First explain what you mean by 'Emergency Heat'-- (That is a new expression to me..)

And what is the 'Outside Fan' yo are speaking about?

And for basics-- are we talking about and electric heater-- a Gas heater, or what?

Is this a furnace-- or a wall or window unit-- Tell us more-- and we'll get to the next steps..

I am wondering why the house is so HOT-- Where is the thermostat?

Mack B

Jan 15, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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The heater does not blow hot air, Is there a simple fix for this problem? The heater worked fine last season. This year all I get is warm air.


There are several potential issues to consider. First, check your antifreeze level--making sure you don't open the radiator cap when hot, of course. Your cab heater uses engine antifreeze for a heat source, and when the level is low, there may not be enough fluid to reach the heater core. This is the most common reason for poor heat output in the cab.

If that checks out, it is also possible that you have clogged or collapsed hoses leading to the heater core, or that the heater core (located in the cab) is clogged. This can occur when antifreeze has not been changed often enough, when internal engine rust had built up, or especially when a "radiator seal" product has been added to the antifreeze.

It is also possible that nothing is wrong with the heater core but that the various controls, ductwork, or dampers for your truck have become jammed or broken and that the system is allowing a mix of cold air with the hot air--in spite of your setting asking for all hot air. Since many modern cars now have electronic controls for the heat, this can be difficult to judge without disassembly.

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No heat at all in my 2002 Ford Ranger


the water pump or the heater core probably the water pump

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Did the switch break because it was stuck? If so, then yes, they will have to change actuators and doors. Does the fan work on all speed setting? If so then you do not need a blower resistor. The resistor pack only controls the current flow to change speeds of the fan.

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