aleaking Heater Core. Interesting description! There could be multiple answers. To begin, the cabin filter could be the source of the farm odor. It is located under the vent cowling on the passenger side at the bottom of the windshield. Carefully removing the black plastic screws from the cowling. However, the maple syrup smell after warming up potentially could indicate a heater core leak. If you are occasionally having to add coolant or if your heater is only "warm and not hot" would be a clue. If you have a core leak or if it is plugged the entire dash assembly must be dropped to access and replace the core. Good luck!
AnswerBad thermostat, clogged heater core, or a defective heater control switch. If an engine has not been running long it will not have warmed up, the warmth from a car heater usually comes from the engine.
you have a bad heater core in your vehicle
NO, it will not damage the vehicle engine by turning the heater ON before the engine has warmed up fully.
The engine has to be running and warmed up for the heater to produce hot air. So yes, you need gasoline to get heat from your car (unless you have an electric car).
With the vehicle warmed up and the heater on, grab and feel the two heater hoses. If only one is hot, you've got blockage either in the lines or in the heater core itself. If both are hot, the problem is going to be your blend door.
check for coolant in system...radiator..next check for heater core leaking and verify if your thermostat is working(if it opens when engine is warmed up...hope this helps you..L
the reason that the heat would cease to work when the car overheats is that the car is low on coolant. coolant is warmed by the engine as it transfers heat away from the engine. the heated coolant passes through heater hose and through the heater core. The blower motor blows air through the heater core warming the air and pushes the warm air through the vents in the car to you. the heater core is a small radiator in the dashboard of most vehicles. If there isn't coolant in the car, the engine becomes too hot thus the overheating. a side effect of this is that the lack of coolant means that coolant cannot get to the heater core to be warmed to warm you
1. Is coolant flowing through the heater hoses and heater core? Once the care is fully warmed up, running, and the heater on, the hoses going to and from the heater core should be hot to the touch. If not, coolant may not be flowing. 2. Is the heater door, under where people's feet are, broken? This URL may help explain http://www.heatertreater.net/jeep Cherokee 97-04.html
This will happen if you have a slight leak or leak in your heater core. Have your heater core checked for leaks.
Hot water pumps push cold water into a boiler to be warmed up, then they are released into pipes that allow the water to flow from the faucet warmed up. The higher you have your hot water heater set, the hotter your water will get and take less time to warm up.
The traction control shouldn't affect the break system. The operation would only be affected by warmed rotors or bad calibers.
The first thing to do is check the radiator, not the overflow tank, to be sure it is full. Next, with the engine warmed up, feel both heater hoses. They should be the same temperature. If not then the heater core is stopped up and will require back flushing. If they are the same temperature then you will most likely have a blend door problem.
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The first possibility is the thermostat didn't work. To find this out, after the engine is warmed up u check the hoses going from the engine to the heater, they should be hot. if they are hot then the next reason would be a cable to the temp on the heater needs to be adjusted or the heater core is plugged inside or out.
With the engine warmed up and running, open the hood and feel both heater hoses with your hand. They should both be hot. If one is hot and the other is cold or warm, the heater core is plugged. If they are both cold or warm the thermostat is stuck open or you are low on coolant.
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With engine warmed up and running, open the hood, locate both heater hoses, feel each heater hose with your hand. If both hoses are equally hot, I would suspect you have a temp blend door problem. Replace the temp blend door actuator. If one hose is hot and the other is only warm or cool, I would suspect you have a plugged heater core, Try flushing it.
Assuming the coolant level is full, it could be a stuck open thermostat or a plugged up heater core. With the vehicle warmed up, heater on and engine running, feel the heater hoses with your hands. If they are both luke warm you probably need to replace the thermostat. If one is hot and the other is luke warm you probably need to flush the heater core. If they are both hot you may have a problem with the temp blend door.
With vehicle warmed up and running feel both heater hoses with your hands. If one hose is hot and the other is cold or luke warm, the heater core is plugged. Flushing the heater core should help. If both heater hoses are hot, the temp blend door actuator behind the dash may be broken in which case the entire dash assembly would have to be removed to repair/replace the temp blend door actuator.
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