Where is heater control switch
If you are talking about a wall switch for the heater, check to see if the heater has its own internal thermostat or switch as this might be in the off position and not allow the heater to turn on. If you are talking about a switch on the heater itself, then yes in all probability the switch is not working.
Remove the heater control switch decorative cover. Remove the retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new switch.
The 1992 Acura heater control relay switch can be found beneath the passenger side dashboard. The heater control relay switch will be a few inches above the kick plate.
First check your fuses. Next check your fan to see if it is working and if the wires are hooked up. The fan is located in the engine compartment on the passenger side. If the fan tests good it is your heater relay located on the heater core cover or the fan switch on the heater control. The heater control is in the passenger compartment. The fan switch will usually work on at least one setting.
Check the fuse
It could be the high speed heater motor relay is stuck on or the switch itself is broken.
It is either the fuse or relay. also check the heater/ ac control switch.
It adjusts the heat in the car so you can control your AC and heat to the temperature you like.
Check for bad relay. Comtacts in relay not opening......Kem H.
check the fan switch.
Check coolant level Test and/or replace thermostat Make sure heater core is not plugged restricted, or air bound Make sure coolant is being circulated by water pump Check heater control switch and /or cable
Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.Remove the center bezel from the instrument panel.Remove the four screws that secure the A/C-heater control to the instrument panel.Pull the A/C-heater control away from the instrument panel far enough to access the connections on the back of the control.Disconnect the vacuum harness from the A/C-heater control.Disconnect the wire harness connectors from the A/C-heater control and remove the blower switch......
If the heater does not work, check: -heater fuses and/or any heater relays -heater control head -heater blower motor resistor
the thermostat used to control the heater and after we select the four pole switch to some number the thermostat start connect the power to the heater at the same time the heater start to heat and when we select the switch to zero position the heater not work
Check fuse for brake switch, check switch, or light control module,
Could be low on freon,
COULD BE A BAD HEATER CORE COULD BE A BAD HEATER CORE sounds like the heater control switch needs replacing.if that doesnt fix it, you need new heater core
there a switch on your heater control panel.be more specific to get a proper answer
Check the control actuating cables or switch to the heater diverter valve to make sure hot water is being sent to the core.
Check the back of the heater switch. The electrical plug may be having an melt down from resistance.
check the heater control valve. these things tend to stick either open or closed. it may also be your blend door. check the heater control valve first, for you dont have to take the dash off.
It does not have a heater control valve.It does not have a heater control valve.
Check behind the heat control panel to be sure that the vacuum hoses are all securely plugged into the control switch. As a safety measure on all cars, if you lose vacuum altogether, the default position for air direction is on defrost, so you can always see out of the windshield. Jake McCahn