it is drawing the hot air off the engine.
your car ac will only blow hot air when there coolannt in the car is finished or the car is oveerheated.
If it's cold outside do you want cold air blasting when you get in your car?
Hot air because it is blow out the hot air from the inside of the laptop.
You are low on coolant to the heater core.
The HTR RR switch in a Kia Sedona determines which air vents the air is blown through from the rear heating. When it is pushed in, the lower vents blow hot air, and when it is not pushed, the roof vents blow cold air.
the car has split controls and if your on cold the one blowing hot is the bad one needs a new hot cold switch
because you need to keep warm when it is winter and other times when it it cold
A.C. circulates air(just like a fan) and turns it cool.
Your car can only create cold air if the engine is running to make the coolant work correctly. If your car is idle, your engine is still hot but your engine isn't running so the air you are receiving is actually air heated by the engine.
The chemical in the air conditioning unit needs replaced.
because when you stop the motor is hot from driving but when you drive it is cool because you are moving.
Yes you can, just adjust the temperature settings all the way to the hot position and leave the a/c in the on mode..........
check cooling fan
Yes it could.
First check to see if there is freon in the system and if yes then check the pressure switch and pigtail........
Why does my Lincoln LS V8 Blow cold air on one side and hot air on the other side
If the car is setting in the sun.Heat builds up in the ducts. With my car, it was Heater matrix clogged with radiator sealant. The workshop cleaned it and it's start working fine!
Insufficient amount of coolant or thermostat not opening
The compresor is completely frozen.
Compresser is out of freon. Needs a re charge. Or compressor blown
Check for low coolant
The engine needs to be hot in order for you to get got air. On a cold morning, even if you let your truck run for a while, will not get hot enough to blow hot air usually until you drive it for a little bit. When it gets at or near operating temperature there is no reason that it shouldn't blow hot air.
Could be a stuck open thermostat or low on coolant or the temperature blend door is faulty.
It's out of freon or refrigerant.