The heater core valve is probably sticking or adjusted wrong.
Whatever it is set to on your heater's control keypad.
Cars with an Automatic Temperature Control system have a thermometer in the dash console with little vents to allow air to come in. The thermometer temperature reading is then used to control the fan speed and also the air mix (temperature) to match the temperature selected....
I think your refering to the door in the heater housing that directs air to vents, floor or defroster vents, there is also a blend actuator that mixes heated or cooled air to give the correct temperature from the selector.
Check temperature control cable for binding.
It is Iceland that has geothermal vents. Iceland's population use it to heat their houses and to make electricity.B.C. The Hairless Guy
In the vicinity of volcanic vents the temperature is at its hottest. The deepest, hottest vents are hot enough to melt lead. They are estimated to be about 450 degrees C.
water is heated or cooled inside an animal, and sweat is also a factor. Cats and lizards have vents on either side of their head to let water keep its original temperature.
Hydrothermal vents are openings in the seafloor out of which heated mineral-rich water flows. So plants at the bottom of the ocean can use the minerals from the hydrothermal vents to help them grow and photosynthesis..hope that helped:)
hot rocks deep in the crust.
The organisms living near hydro thermal vents are cold blooded animals whose body temperature does fluctuate as per the environment. There thermo regulatory receptors are missing and they do not posses any control over their body temperatures.
why dont bottom vent doors not open on 2001 gmcsonoma
This is a common question for new owners of Mercedes 190e. The center vents only blow outside air and conditioned air from your a/c. This is the design of the system. The reason Mercedes made it this way is to keep the driver alert and awake. You can adjust the flow of air from the center vents by moving the slider up or down, but the air will always be the ambient temperature from the outside or from your a/c when it is engaged.
Depending on the year, make, model along with if it has single or dual a/c systems and what the outside temperature is, it can be between 36 to 48 degrees...... Simply, the A/C vents temperature should be whatever you set the thermostat as.
If the climate control on a 2003 Trailblazer will not switch from feet to head vents, try changing it to defroster then back to head. The mode button on the dual climate control model can only be switched from face/feet to feet and then to defrost. The feet and head vents worked at the same time.
I believe the upper vents are for A/C only. The floor vents are for the Hot air. Test your ceiling controls by moving the knob from cold to hot, you should hear the air pass from upper vents to lower vents. Providing of course you have selected REAR from the front control panel.
On the vents closest to the main unit it should read around the same temperature that the thermostat is set to after its been running and then as the venting increases the temperature should be less, between 2 to 10 degrees different depending on how well the ducting is in the attic........
sounds like a vacum leak in the temperature control panel or from the engine to the control panel, the line from the engine to the control panel is black, and gets split at the panel, has the engine been running a little rough or a lack of power, this might explain it
Hi. Around the deep water vents exist organisms that thrive in the heat of super heated water. But any cold blooded creature is exothermic. Snakes are a good example. They control there body heat by using an external heat source. Sunlight by day and warm surfaces by night. An exothermic organism is cold- blooded and it's body temperature shifts depending upon the temperature of it's surrounding environment, for example a fish. An endothermic organism is a warmblooded organism that maintains a certain temperature inside the body no madder what its surrounding environments temperature is, for example humans.
It doesn't have to be if you close the vents and turn it down to a warmer temperature.
Because the air selector died.
The Avalanche has dual controls for the air conditioning system. One control operates the driver side ac vents, and the other control operates the passenger side vents.
Move the heat control lever to the off position.
Not really! The actuator is there to control the airflow through the vents.