I would check the coolant level first. When the coolant drops below a certain point,Warm coolant that makes the heater work is no longer present and all you get is cold air. If this doesn't work, I'd try a "hotter" thermostat.
This is actually common for most cars. The reason is that the heater pulls heat away from the engine into the car itself.
Yes, if properly maintained that are good cars for the money.Yes, if properly maintained that are good cars for the money.
NO! THE HEATER CORE IS YOUR CARS HEAT SOURCE YOU CAN BYPASS BUT IS NOT A GOOD IDEAL IN WINTER!
Cars do not come with a block heater normally, it is something you have to have installed aftermarket
Yes. The coolant carries the engine heat to the heater core. Without coolant the heater core does not get warm.
One properly spells the word as 'cheap cars'. Cheap cars means that the cars are relatively low in price. One can find and purchase a 'cheap car' at most used car dealerships.
Cars produce a lot of electricity as well, both to charge the battery back up and to run the fan, lights, radio, AC, etc. An in-line electric heater would work well too, especially for electric cars that don't produce the heat that internal combustion cars do. Another reason for this would be for high-end cars that want to produce heat for the interior before the engine is fully heated. A built in ceramic heater (much like a toaster) can do this just fine.
Yes they have a heater/defroster.
Heater fan and cooling fan.
The same reason that there are cars everywhere else in the world.
At the moment it's Cars 2
Kinda-sorta. Most cars, the heater is part of the cooling system. If you pull the heater hose off you're left with a hole that'll drain the coolant out. If for some reason you want to run a car w/o the heater hose or the heater, you need to make sure that the coolant still can circulate as it's expected. You'll either need to plug something, or run a bypass loop.
He is all ways buying and selling new and classic cars as he feels. That's the life! But at the moment 30+ cars.
garage, cars, robot, heater, playgrounds, chairs and more.
If "heater coil" is just another term for "Heater core", then yes, most all cars have them.See "Related Questions" below for tons of information about Taurus / Sable heater cores.
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.
block heater are generally associated with diesel engines but they do make block heaters for some gas cars.
By using less cars or electric cars since cars is the main reason for polution
Yes. The heater is the red areas of the climate contols.
One bad reason about humanism: Well before I answer this question. I am only 9 years old. The only reason I'm answering this question is because we done this at school. A bad reason about humanism is that humans use non-eletric cars which creates elemants that damage the earth. The goverment only have eletric cars. They're trying to make them cheaper to buy around the world at this moment. Probably in 20 years you'll all be driving eletric cars. Thank you so much WikiAnswers for presenting me with the chance to teach people.
THE CAUSE for this is that when your cold air is on the petrol is used to create air. and that is how cars create cold air
For the same reason why humans have hearts
inside the passenger compartment behind the glove box. to find any heater core, open the cars hood and locate the 2 heater hoses. They will go through the firewall and they connect to the heater core.
Means your trunk isn't closed properly
By having its oil properly recycled.