there is a hose that goes to the block and one that goes elsewhere, there is a small stem and a larger one that is coming out of the heater core which one goes where
One goes from the heater core to the water pump, the other goes from the heater core to the intake manifold.
It goes into the water pump. You remove a plug and screw in the block heater. Between the engine and the firewall. You can get at it from underneath.
If the heater core in your vehicle goes out, you will not be able to use your heater or defroster. You will also notice the smell of antifreeze throughout the vehicle and possibly a film on the windshield from the antifreeze.
A malfunctioning thermostat can cause your temperature gauge to go up and then allow the gauge to go all the way down. When the thermostat is stuck closed, your engine will overheat and water will not get to your heater core. When the thermostat opens the engine cools down and water flows to the heater core.
No, it is commonly done when heater core goes south.
YOU CAN'T, you will have to replace the heater core itself with a new one.
heater core could be plugged, also check for low coolant
it is essentially a tiny radiator. hot coolant goes in and heats up the fins in the heater core and your fan blows air through the heater core thus heating up the air and you.
Generally the return line.
Generally the coolant goes in the bottom of the heater core and out the top only because the coolant makes less noise this way if there happens to be trapped air in the system, otherwise it doesn't matter.
No. The top hose goes to the engine. The bottom hose feeds from the engine to the heater core back to the radiator.
have a 2000 Pontiac grand prix se 3.1 eng. will grank and goes dead?
Depends on what motor you have.
There are two heater core hose that goes to the firewall the inlet and outlet. through that hose, you will also have the rear heater core hose attached to a T joint in both the inlet and outlet hose. You splice the hose of the front heater core inlet and connect that to the rear heater core inlet hose. Same goes to the Outlet hose with the T joint using a conncetor which you can buy at your auto parts store, 3/4 inch size. Basically you are bypassing the front heater core that is connected to the firewall. You wont have any defroster and heater for the front, but the rear vents and control will have heat.
The heater inlet hose on a Hyundai Accent is in the back of the engine compartment. It goes through the firewall to the heater core.
Under the radiator hose that meets the top of the engine under the throttlebody if you follow the heater hose from firewall on the driverside toward the engine it goes to the thermostat housing.
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My suggestion is to look for a wire that has a break in the insulation. When it makes contact, the heater runs. Did the car also suffer from some blown fusesalso?
There are two heater hoses. One goes from the head, or top of the engine, to the heater core in the passenger compartment, the other goes from the heater core to the water pump, thermostat, or some other part of the water jacket. Check the instructions for the flushing kit.
The heater is dependent on the coolant flowing through the heater core. If the coolant is low then there will not be any heat.
Generally, the upper heater hose leads to the water pump.
The engine coolant flows the engine, and becomes warm. The warm fluid then goes through hoses into the heater core. The blower motor pushes air through the core, letting the now warm core heat the air.
It is at the dash board bottom just at the middle. You can see a plastic rectangle were the heater core is and at the right side are the pipes that goes to the coolant valve at the engine
If the engine is getting up to normal temp, the heater core might be plugged. Heater core is not plugged and normal operating temp!