There is probably something wrong with the fan motor. It could be the fan motor has a bad switch or connection or the fan motor could be bad. The above Answer might be true in some cause's but before I replaced a fan motor I'd check the fuse first. The blower cage could be dirty. I'd bet it's a resistor or a relay. Usually they are right next to the fan somewhere. The wires split off from the the bundle and go to the fan and the resistor.
NO! 100-120F setting normal. 140F can cause accidental scalding.
No, not if it's on a heat setting. Most home thermostats have a "Fan" setting that will blow cold air if the attic is cold.
I feel these are unrelated but you can investigate a leak in the hoses leading to the heater core as they maybe leaking onto the exhaust pipe, that would produce white smoke, but not from within the tailpipe exhaust. Water and oil leaks will produce white smoke the smell will help you determine which it is.
was there something on your dash that fell in the vent, a bad fan will make noise all the time.
the heater box is under the dashboard most of the time in the middle. The heater blowing system have doors . The door for the foot is next to your leg he have one metal cable could be this come out. If yes, have to clip it back. This electric its more difficult but just check first
A leaking heater core will cause the engine to overheat because the coolant is leaking out.
yesYes when an air bubble makes it to the water pump the water stops circulating and there for you will over heat and the heater core will no longer produce heat through the cars heater vents.
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A space heater by itself will not cause a fire. However, not following the space heater safety guidelines may start a fire. Actions that may increase the risk of fire include, but are not limited to: Leaving blankets or clothes on the heater, leaving anything flammable near the heater, and leaving the heater on in an unattended environment.
Low coolant level and/or coolant leak and/or blown head gasket or inoperative heater core blend door.
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no u cant cause it might break the heater.
Blocked heater core, faulty heater valve, disconnected connection to the heater valve.
It relates to and O2 sensor heater circuit failure. The ECU measures resistance through the heater wire, and if it breaks it will produce that code. Dirty or corroded contacts can also cause the fault.
There are several things that can cause heater problems in your 1998 Jeep Grain Cherokee. The most common cause of heater problems is low fluid in your cooling system.
A water thermostat stuck open. Air in the heater hose lines (caused by low radiator coolant). Air temperature (mechanical) control cable not opening the heater hose water valve (under hood).
Yes. The coolant carries the engine heat to the heater core. Without coolant the heater core does not get warm.
Possibly the Heater Motor, if the fan is not coming on at all the bearing in the motor have probably gone out.
No it wont. The heater core is just a small radiator inside the cabin that when the fan is turned on heats the air. A bad heater core will cause you to have no heat inside or will leak coolant on the carpet.
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a bad water pump could cause low heat. The heater uses the coolant from the pump to generate heat.
You may smell coolant when the ac is running but a leak in the heater core won't cause the ac not to work.
A blocked heater hose could cause a leak. A stopped up heater core could as well. Or the connector in the Windstar could be cracked.