Heat is coming from the engine.
shut all vents off so it comes out on floor
Then you can go back and turn on the heat vent :)
If it's a Laredo, you probably have a vaccum line that has come off or broken. Vent switching is controlled by vaccum in these models. The main vent line comes off of the driver's side of the intake manifold. These are notorious for either slipping off or breaking.
What heat r u referring to, is it the seat heater. If it is, turn off the seat heater
i think you just take em off lisa.
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.
When a car runs, it produces heat as a wasted product. This heat is then used to heat up air and blow it at you. This heat will be created even when the heater is off, so using the heater should not lower gas mileage.
Because the heater pulls the heat off of the motor and uses fans to circulate it to you
Radiation heat is heat that comes directly off its source in a straight line. For example heat coming off the sun.
Idk know but mine does it when i start off from a red light or stop sign and as soon as i let off the gas or it changes gears (automatic) it comes through the vents like normal.
if its the clicking I'm thinking of its the actuator for the vent door. try shutting off everything off in the heater/a/c system for a couple of minutes and then turn it back on. that usually stops it for me.
MaybeYou may have it on "auto" not off check all switches off You may have a faulty selector switch. Also some vehicles always blow heat even with the heater off.
i had the same problem w/my 97 avenger its a clogged heater core if u take the hose off from the fiewall and use a hose to unclog the heater core u should be all set.also thermostat can be gone id do thermostat then heater core
well you could just turn the heater off heater blower ---- If it is a car heater then check your coolant level. the heater is driven off a heat converter that is fed by the radiator system. When the coolant fails to pump round the radiator system the car internal heater doesn't work. Driving without coolant in the system will result in the engine overheating and seizing.
Replace the heater core. It is leaking.
I think the concept is similar to a more basic car's turn knob. The heater retains the last heat setting used, you're merely switching the fan off. My 2008 does the same.
You probably have to leave the heat on when you turn off the car, so when you turn it on again it comes right on. Kind of like the radio.
This is caused by a broken heater matrix. I have had this problem and its is a real pain to fix as you need to take most of you dashboard off to get to it.
On any water heater, the shut off is on the incoming cold pipe.
The heater selection is controlled off of vacuum. wen mine did the same thing I had a broken vacuum line that was causing it not to switch.
Please be more specific ... heater gives off heat, then cold air OR The heater fan runs for awhile then stops running
Yes.The heat evaporates and also it has got a drip hole at the back.
Lower the right lever near the right seat on the transmission hump near the shifter to turn the heat off. Raise it to get heat. Left side is for defrost or foot air. I believe the '69 had a manual lever in the foot heat vent also if you wanted to turn the foot air completely off and still have the air for the defroster.