The heater on the 03 Mazda Tribute is going in and out. What is the problem and how can it be fix?
It is a nonservicable part, just replace it.
Replace it with a new one.
it could be your alternator getting weak. My 200 neon did theexact same thing. its not too bad of a fix.
Is it not hot? Not blowing? Leaking coolant? Need more info to help you.
probably a bad heater control valve if so easy fix
The only fix for a leaking heater core is to replace it.
Sometimes, the best way to fix a heater control valve on a 1996 Town Car is to put in a new heater control panel. A used heater control panel can be found in an automobile salvage yard for less than the cost of a new one.
Usually take the car to the nearest Subaru dealer and have then fix it. They invented it, they should fix it.
it could be your fan motor is going to go
No way to fix that - your tank is scrap.
IF the system is the same as the Mazda pickups and Mazda Navajo, HeaterTreater has a product that will fix the problem. Mazda diagrams are hard to come by. If you check the pictures on the Ebay listing, you should be able to determine if the fix will work.
Not practical to try to fix a heater core. Replace it with a new one.
you should hire a contractor to inspect your water heater. it's probably very expensive to fix and you can't fix the broken water heater yourself. too bad.
i have a mazda 626 and the engine light came on what do i do and how do i fix it
check heater motor
I have a 1996 Astro van and I'm having trouble too. My fan motor sticks. It has for a while. Its not the heater but the fan that has draged. I can get out and pound on the casing, and sometimes it starts up.
To fix a Jaguar S type heater, check the diverter mechanism. It shunts air through the heater core, which may not be operating properly.
You cannot fix or repair a heater core you must replace the complete unit with a new one...........
what would it cost to fix a leak in a 7.3l fuel heater
You fix it by replacing it.
call your insurance company
Well fix it!
Not necessarily. It depends on what you mean by a bad heater core. The core will either be leaking or stopped up. If it is leaking, then it can cause the engine to overheat and the only fix is to replace it. A clogged or plugged heater core can sometimes be fixed by flushing it. You can also temporarily bypass the heater core until you can get it fixed. Just connect the inlet & outlet heater hoses together.