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Heating systom my heating systom in my van has just packed up and i cant solve the problem as i cant see any fuses blown

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Your heater should be running off the heater core which is front passenger side if your floor is soaked then heater core is out and in vans it cost arm and leg to replace need a little more input i had the same problem with my van heater went out found out it was a bad heater core leaking 2 ways of fixing this

cheap way find the 2 heater hoses to fire wall disconect off fire wall and connect together

expensive way replace heater core its a lot of work in a van

Posted on May 03, 2008

  • Christophe Thompson
    Christophe Thompson May 03, 2008

    P.S. the heater core isnt more or less to say electrical as more as it mecanical its a hot small radiator on the passenger side front of vehicle controls might be electrical and the problem could lay within the controls on the dash


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