try check the blower fan itself. although everything is working you will something to move the air.
It has the intake heater.
No, the Cummins uses an intake heater grid.
Check for blown fan motor fuse.
The Cummins diesel in a Dodge Ram does not have glow plugs, it uses an intake heater grid.
The intake heater is the square block between the air horn and the intake manifold.
You need to have the intake heater grid tested.
Check the control actuating cables or switch to the heater diverter valve to make sure hot water is being sent to the core.
On eBay or Ryder Fleet Service about $20. The heater is in the block but Dodge doesn't include the cord..
The 6.7L uses two heated O2 sensors in the exhaust system.
If you have lost a sufficient amount of coolant this will stop the heater working because there will be no hot water in the heater rad.
The heater on a Mercedes c200 will stop working if the heater core is blocked. It allows hot coolant from the engine to be used in heating the cabin.
If the heater is not working in your Eddie Bauer edition Ford Expedition, your heater core is probably junk and needs to be replaced.
The heater housing is behind the dash on the passenger side.
If equipped, the cord runs from just behind the oil filter on the passenger side.
You don't. It uses an intake grid heater. You don't have glow plugs.
Only the blower motor not working.
Generally no. The amount of heat is small, but you should hear a buzzing noise when the heater is running. Mark
If the heater does not work, check: -heater fuses and/or any heater relays -heater control head -heater blower motor resistor
my heater has been doing the same thing for three yaers so far no luck...
how easy is it to replace heater 1994 espace?
broken heater motor but where is heater motor inside from?
Try an engine heater or an oil heater. These are both inexpensive.