Maybe a little bit since it is a bit more coolant to warm up, but check your thermostat it may not be closing as it should and would be a definite cause for slow warm up and might also cause it to cool off a lot when you are traveling fast in cold weather.
No. You may be leaking engine coolant from the heater core or leaking refrigerant oil from the AC evaporator.
Nope........... You can bypass it if its leaking and run the vehicle as normal..........
there could be several things, dust in your heater could just be burning a little (normal! not a problem) or your heater core could be burn out and leaking fluid all over where you can't see. but don't take my word for it!
The AC and heater are completely different subsystems. The heater relies on heat generated by the engine and circulated by the engine coolant (radiator fluid) while the AC uses a belt driven compressor and separate fluids. Their only normal commonalities are the blower motor (which you said works), the ducting and the control head.
Leaking small amounts of colostrum is normal, but leaking blood from you breasts (unless they are cracked, dry and irritated, may not be normal. Ask your OB. Leaking small amounts of colostrum is normal, but leaking blood from you breasts (unless they are cracked, dry and irritated, may not be normal. Ask your OB.
If the engine is getting up to normal temp, the heater core might be plugged. Heater core is not plugged and normal operating temp!
Coolant leaking into engine oil? Leaking head gasket Run engine to normal operating temperature pull oil dipstick and let a drop fall onto hot part of engine - oil will smoke coolant will sizzle
A leaking fuel rail is the normal cause.
Water is a by-product of the engine exhaust - in other words: it's normal
If it is leaking under the truck it is not the heater core that is leaking. It would leak inside the vehicle on the passenger side. There is a drain tube for the A/C that is under the vehicle on the passenger side, and water from that with the A/C on is normal. If it is coolant, check the heater hose connections at the firewall. If you find that the heater core is actually leaking, replace it. No other repair is permanant.
Low coolant? Thermostat not closing allowing engine temperature to get to normal operating range? System air bound? Heater core plugged or restricted? Water pump not circulating coolant?
If you are not getting heated air blowing from the heater core and your engine coolant temperature gauge is showing LOW or below normal , ( then YES , IT'S POSSIBLE that your engine cooling thermostat is sticking open )
Rear main seal leaking? Valve cover gasket leaking? When engine attains normal operating temperature the motor oil will thin out and will possibly leak, where thicker (colder) oil will not.
Only when cold? Condensation burning off Normal condition When at normal operating temperature - could be a leaking head gasket Run engine to normal operating temperature - remove engine oil dipstick and let a drop fall on hot engine part - oil will smoke coolant will sizzle
There is normally not a pump on a water heater. The water is moved through normal water pressure. If you are having problems with getting hot water through, it may be that the pipes are corroding or pinched, slowing the flow. Or the hot water heater itself is leaking.
It could be the water pump,radiator,or just a hose I don't think it's your heater core . Heater cores leave a mess inside the car on passenger side when they bust . Sounds like you have a torn hose , bad water pump , bad thermostat , or bad radiator ( different than a heater core ) . Radiator (keeps engine at normal temperature ) is in front of engine , heater core ( keeps inside of car warm when turned on through climate control ) is inside car . It's rare for a thermostat to go bad so look at all hoses and radiator with vehicle off. Now turn your car on and look for a leak in any of the hoses or radiator . Leave car on . Water pumps are designed with weep holes , about 5mm in diameter , located at the top , bottom , or both on some pumps . When the engine is running you should be able to see the pump leaking from one of this holes or in my case it was leaking from the holes and the center shaft that drives the internal blades . If the pump is leaking from any of these places , replace it and also replace thermostat , only about $5 and is worth doing if replacing water pump . To summarize this whole paragraph , check radiator in front of engine , radiator hoses , and water pump .
Could be a number of things starting with is the truck operating at normal temperature? If not may have a bad thermostat. Is the antifreeze level correct? Check it with engine at normal temperature running engine. If the overflow tank is empty, add enough to bring it to the hot engine line, recheck after a few minutes and add more if necessary. It's also possible that you have a plugged heater core, or a bad temperature control panel or heater resistor. Good luck .
My mechanic said it was normal, I took my s-10 because when I changed the oil, the guy who changed it said it was leaking. I took it in to the mechanic and he stated it was normal seepage that every engine has.
It is not normal for antifreeze to be leaking out of a car. Period. At all, no matter what car or where it's leaking from. Try buying a new cap. If that doesn't help, call a mechanic.
need to replace heater control valve on Chrysler Concorde 2000 lxi. heart will not blow hot air. A Concorde does not have a heater control valve. The temperature is controlled with a blend air door. The first thing to check in a no heat situation is the coolant level. Next make sure the engine is reaching normal temp(at least 190deg F). Third you make sure both heater hoses are hot. If one is hot and the other cold the core is plugged. Then you will need someone with a scan tool to diagnose the blend door.
Could be one or more of several problems.- leaking radiator or hoses, leaking water pump, leaking thermostat gasket, leaking head or intake gasket, leaking or low over-flow reservoir, leaking heater core, radiator drain cock not tight enough, bad radiator cap. Drops or puddles of antifreeze under the vehicle or in the engine compartment or on the carpet under the dashboard (usually passenger side) can often indicate where to look for leaks. White smoke from exhaust sometimes indicates a blown head or intake gasket. In any event, the problem needs to be addressed. It is not normal and leaks of any kind will only get worse over time, potentially bad enough to cause harm to the engine.
it is normal for my breast to leak if i'm not preagnant?
There is no such thing as a leaking implant. Either you discharging instead of having the bleeding or your just haveing normal wetness..but there is no leaking with implantation..
If your talking about the leak you get after stopping the car. Then it is caused by your AC unit. This is completely Normal nothing to worry about. If the leak is on the inside then it is your heater core, lots of fun to replace (not). Hope This Helps. Anyone who has a 97 Grand Cherokee knows what kind of leaking the asker is talking about. It is not necessarily the heater core. It is a defect in this SUV. It is your drain that is supposed to run out under your car. It is now leaking into your floorboard. Try taking it and having the drain cleaned out.