You need to figure out whats wrong by process of elimination...Locate the two heater hoses that come off the engine and go into the firewall (the wall behind the engine). These two hoses lead to your heater core (like a miniature radiator behind that wall) With the engine hot, feel the hoses (usually one on top and one beneath, on the left when you are facing the rear of the car) When the engine is hot, and BOTH hoses are hot, that means your heater core is plugged.(least likely). If that's the case you need someone to flush out the core, under preassure. The most likely scenerio is that one or both of the hoses are COLD to touch. This means the thermostat is not working right and needs to be replaced. A bad thermostat will not open and make your engine run "cold" which will also KILL your gas mileage. A good mechanic should be able to replace a thermostat without bankrupting you! Thiswould be the best and easiest problem you could wish for. Best of Luck!!Answerlow coolant or a bad water pump could be the problem, but there was no mention of overheating so neither of those are likely causes. i suspect that you have a control problem. the heater core is encased in a box that has flaps on it to allow either air to flow over it(heat mode), or to bypass it(cool mode). if the flaps don't work for any number of reasons, and are stuck in bypass then you wouldn't get heat. and both heater hoses would be hot (not necessarily a plugged core). the first place i check on these is the heater valve. one of the heater hoses connects to it. its under the hood connected to the firewall and has a lever that is operated by a cable from the heater control. if the cable is disconnected and the valve is closed, you wont get any heat. the problem with this car is access to the valve is very difficult due to the size of the engine compartment and the overhang of the windshield support. probably best left to a mechanic. Answersame problem in my 2002 celica, quart and a half low on antifreeze, lots of heat now
something on that circuit is shorted, the short needs to be repaired.
When the wind blows things outside blow with it.
It blows off because you blow out carbon dioxiced and fire needs oxygen to burn!
Blows is a noun (plural of blow) and a present tense verb (third person singular conjugation of to blow).
Present tense: I/you/we/they blow. He/she/it blows. Future tense: will blow.
low freon, bad compressor, clogged lines, plugged condenser etc etc
It blows everywhere.
blow or blowsThey always blow out the candles.He never blows out the candles.
why dont bottom vent doors not open on 2001 gmcsonoma
An air conditioner blows out heat
You may use the verb 'fuku,' meaning 'to blow.' (As in, the wind blows).
If it still blows cold when it is at running temp, check the engine thermostat, its probably stuck in the open position.
The wind blows in all directions.
no it blows to the north
Blows southwest i think...
blower motor resistor
thermostat is stuck open.
From. A Nor' Easter (North Easterly wind) blows FROM the Northeast.
To play a flute, a person blows across the opening. If you blow into it, then it's a piccolo.
the heat blows out the defrost when it should blow out floor vents only
you have a short in the wires for your dash and lights So what do I do to fix it?
yes the wind blows every time it just blows so slow that you can't feel it
it's hooked to a compressor and blows air.
A north wind blows FROM the north.