Questions & Answers for: car overheating no heat coming from vents

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Question about 2000 Golf

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...car engine is overheating, then the car does not have enough coolant. There is air inside the cooling system, not enough fluid to cool the vehicle. If you're sure this is not the problem then change ...

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overheating problem but it wouldn't explain the problem with no heat coming out of your vents. I'd also check your antifreeze level. If it's too low it would cause you car to overheat and you wouldn't

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...overheating and no heat My 98 windstar is randomly overheating and at the same time the heat is now blowing cold air. My rear vents used to only blow heat, even with a/c on before, but since the ...

Question about 1999 DeVille

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...leak onto the exhaust system - making oil smoke that is being sent into the car. Generally this is caused by an overheating of the engine and gaskets dry up and let the oil leak onto he engine. ...

Question about 1999 DeVille

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...overheating on the guage and i lose heat at vents, coolant comes out of the overflow on resivouir. if i turn the heat off the temp comes down to just below the redline on the temp gauge. i have ...

Question about 1989 Reliant

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...overheating and no heat is coming out of vents With these types of issues it is always best to start by flushing out the cooling system and replacing the thermostat. If you get no heat out the vents, ...

...overheating. able to run 45 minutes before it does. only cold air coming out of vents coolant temperature gauge maxed out even when cold. suspect engine stat. does anybody know where the engine stat ...

...nothing happens can feel heat coming out of vents Overheated??...has nothing to do with no lites on.Check your fuses 1st worse case is fried control panel.heat coming out because climate system ...

...overheating. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated as I live in MI and spring does not want to come this year (NEED HEAT) IF YOU CAN'T FEEL THE AIR FLOW OUT BUT YOU HEAR THE BLOWER MOTOR WORKING, ...

heat coming through the front or back vents? This is the primary cause of engine overheating. Possible leak points include hoses, the radiator, water pump, thermostat housing, heater core, head gasket

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