I had a similar problem with Chevy Lumina when the thermostat went out. It was stuck open so the car never got up to a temp high enough to blow hot air. Kerry
Low refrigerant? Blown fuse?
the blower resistor is bypassed on high. a direct path to ground. if high is the only operational speed the resistor is bad.
Let the engine overheat will normally blow the head gasket.
No, you do not need a code. Be sure and get a harness connector to hook up the radio to the car wiring. A mistake could cost you a bundle if you blow a computor.
Blow It Out was created in 2002.
a short circuit in the wiring is causing the fuse to blow... check all bulb holders and wiring for rust or corrosion, make sure all the bulbs used ar the correct type for the vehicle. does the vehicle have a trailer plug? most importantly, NEVER use an incorrect fuse, NEVER replace it with a higher amperage, wires could overheat, and a fire could start!
If you allow the engine to overheat severally, yes.
Not necessarily. It can blow because the circuit was overloaded and pulling too much current. That would cause the fuse to overheat and blow.
its purpose is if the engine was to extremely overheat it would blow out saving your block from cracking
If you leave on for days it might overheat and not work. But it won't blow up
Your coolant level is low.
Blow compressed air into drain tube or use a coat hanger to clear out tube. Usually leaves, debris, and the occasional spider nest will clog the hole and cause the condensation to collect and then drain onto the passenger floor inside the vehicle. After clearing run the vehicle and turn on a/c on high and on recirc. Watch for condensation to now leak out of the drain tube and onto the ground.
Thermostat, or fan motor if it does not blow hard.
Check coolant level, and radiator fan operation.
more than likely the blower motor needs replaced
Blow - 2002 was released on: UK: 2002 USA: October 2002 (Chicago International Film Festival) France: 10 October 2003 (Paris Cineffable Film Festival)
No, it would overheat, might blow the fuse, otherwise it might catch fire.
no the higher milage or higher rpms can cause the head bolts to stretch which would cause it to blow
The cast of Blow - 2002 includes: Elsa Carnaby as Rebecca Miriam Glaser as Cath Kim Gyngell as Richard Louise Siversen as Zoe
Wheels run out of track, tyres overheat and blow out. Wheel hubs can self weld to the stub axle and snap off
the blown head gasket would make it over heat. but it wouldn't cause the heater to blow cold, it should actually blow hot if that is wat happened
Newer vehicles have halogen lamps the oil on your skin causes the bulb to overheat and blow do not touch glass part of the insert
NO, you will possibly blow it up or at least overheat it to the point of going on fire.
is there heat to blow or does the blower not work chk thermostat or vacuumn at htr sw respectfully