There are many reasons that the cars heating system may alternate between blowing hot and cold air. Some common causes of this include the heater core and air pockets in the coolant.
A car heater taps off engine heat. If you aren't driving, then the engine is cold and there's no heat for the car heater to use.
Because it's warmer in the afternoon...
well it could be because of the heat. if its cold out and you have the heat on in the car, then you will get hot and that will cause the window to fog.
it maybe your heater core is going out recommend replacing it and go from there
try checking your battery usually it is the lack of cold cranking amps
Yes, and it can also make your car to over heat
You can not get heat from cold water, The engine has to run long enough to get the water in the engine HOT. That is were you get heat from HOT WATER-- Coolent
You either just need to wait for it to heat up when the car turns on, or it's broken.
because the seats and carpet and such store and release heat.
Everyone says it does but I was A sales rep at a new car dealership for A couple years and I could never tell that the black one was hotter that the white, In the summer they were all hot as fire,, In winter they were cold, cold, cold.
The reason why it still gets hot in a car on a cold day when the sun is out is because the cold air cannot get inside the car to keep it cool. But the sun is able to shine right through the window and heat it up.
The heating system doesn't get heat until the car warms up and the thermostat opens.
A car takes a while to heat up if the engine is running slower. Cold weather and cars just do not mix. The car will warm up faster if the driver can sit in the car and press on the throttle a little.
Sell the car! Mang
h is hot and c is cold
Most of the time when it is cold outside the car and warm inside the car that will happen. It's an affect when the heat and cold come into contact with one another. Test this when your inside your car. Breathe on the glass and it will frost up. ----
Could be low on coolant, a stuck open thermostat or a partially blocked heater core.
When any car idles, it lowers the ignition energy (but not completely) to keep the car running. When it is cold outside, your Subaru's ignition energy is lost through heat because electricity also is measured through heat. When there is less ignition energy when it is already running on a lower ignition level, the car (your Subaru) is not likely to idle.
Low coolant due to a leak is a very likely cause.
Clifford Car Alarms sell a variety of car alarms. From car alarms with remote control to car alarms that can withstand heat and cold with good security included.
uhhhhh... cold car?
If you have the car window(s) open or the car air conditioners on, turn them off when you get cold. If none of the things listed above are turned on in the first place, turn the heat on. If you don't have any car heaters, perhaps you can buy a coat somewhere. turn the heater on...