It could be low coolant or it could be that the water pump impellers are rusted or worn through.
Get the air out of your heater core.
heater hoses might have been disconected
probably the heater core is plugged
Its either a bad heater core or a clogged one. They are very expensive.
There is no heater fuse, the heater works by having hot coolant run threw a heater core that's inside the dash, then when you turn the heat on, the blower motor blows threw the heater core, sending the hot air inside the vehicle.
Although my car is not an Eclipse, I experienced the same issue. A mechanic determined that my radiator was partially blocked and recommended replacement. My heater now blows heat whether I'm stopped at a light or moving.
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I have changed heater core,water pump,thermostat, the fon works well but only blows cold air plus i have flushed the system.
sounds like you need to replace either the thermostat or the temp control switch
[first time answering questions] car heater works like the reverse of the normal cooling radiator - in fact the heater is like a small version of the rad that's on the frnt of the car - the hot water from the engine block goes into this small rad and the heater fan blows air thru it into the car - the hot heater rad loses heat into the car and - bingo - you get warm inside
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Suspect a plugged up heater core then.See "Related Questions" below for more
i just replaced the thermostat in 2004 Chevy truck heater works fine now
The heater motor speed resister is burned out.
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.
Most (not all) cars are heated by the engine. When fluid moves through the engine it heats up. This fluid moves through the heater core, a fan moves air over the warm heater coils blowing warm air out to the cars cab.
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there is a condenser on the heater housing it has 2 bolts holding it into the housing, just below the heater motor, they go bad, i had the same problem on a 95 rodeo.
they ignite the ignition and blows up
need Answerdid you fine out why this happens I got the samr problem The rear A/C has a heater blend door actuator that is stuck open to the heater core. I purchased one at Rockauto.com part #1572792.
replace front heater corefront and rear have independent heater cores
Check the following............... 1. Coolant level. 2. Thermostat. 3. A/C - Heater inside door operations. 4. Lastly check the radiator flow.