you blow it up
Your thermostat is the likely culprit here it is probably stuck closed. Have it checked out.
No. The thermostat is not likely to be the cause.
white smoke is water. head gasket or ?
The heater valve could be failing to open for one reason or another.
in most cases your engine thermostat is stuck oped not allowing your engine to warm up fully. a new thermostat and gasket is usually under $10.00
wrong size fuse. wire from fuse to rear defrosted damaged and shorting to the body. wire at actual window shorting to body.
Check into the temperature control valve--this is different than the thermostat.
Blow was released on 04/06/2001.
You must replace the piston rings. That means TIME FOR A REBUILD.
Insufficient amount of coolant or thermostat not opening
Blow Dry was created on 2001-03-09.
Low coolant? Bad thermostat? Heater core plugged, restricted or airbound? Bad heater control? Water pump not circulating coolant?
How did you change the thermostat?
is there heat to blow or does the blower not work chk thermostat or vacuumn at htr sw respectfully
Thermostat, or fan motor if it does not blow hard.
Make sure you have the right thermostat,
Check the thermostat or heater core
your car will over heat and you might blow your head gasket
Could be a bad thermostat.
it may blow cold air due to the fact that the heat anticipator on your thermostat may be set to long. you can change useing your owners manual for your thermostat but you should have a service tech do it
When you have the heater on, does it just blow any air at all? or no air?