check the fluid level in the tank or radiator. Check the top radiator hose when the car is warming up, is it hot? If not it might just be your thermostat that needs to be replaced. Or it could be that your heater core is plugged up. You don't say how old a car this is in, some times you can take off the heater hoses and connect a garden hose to it and back flush it and get some of the junk out of it, just don't turn the hose all the way or out can blow a hole in the heater core, then you have a mess. If you are not handy, you can go to some place that power flushes the cooling system and that may fix it also. Just hope you don't have to get a new heater core as they are a pain to put in in most cars and costs a lot to have some else do it. The core doesn't cost much but the labor is a lot.
hello Can you tell me why the heater on my 2002 toyota yaris isnt working? Ive changed the thermostat,flushed out the radiator and also the heater matrix behind the dashboard is getting red hot as well
If you have lost a sufficient amount of coolant this will stop the heater working because there will be no hot water in the heater rad.
low water, bad thermostat, vacuum door not working, clogged up heater core, heater valve broken........
Your car could be low on antifreeze or your heater core could be clogged. With my car, it was Heater matrix clogged with radiator sealant. The workshop cleaned it and it's start working fine!
There is only one thing you can do if your Heater in your car is not working. You will have to take it to the dealership and have them look at it.
u have air in he system it needs to be purged..... get a manual
No you probably need a new heater
Need to know what it is not doing, post more info.
It is probably the heater coil. When it stops working water from the radiator goes back through a hose and when it overfills it emptys into the passenger side floor. You can replace the heater coil or bypass the hoses. Second option will cause heater to stop working.
circulating fan is probably not working when car is moving it works with outside airflow, check for blown fuse
nose isnt working ,while the part isnt responding........ ect
Outdoor heaters can be very useful while camping, working in the garage or doing repairs on your car in the winter months. Having an outdoor heater in your car is a good idea in the event your car breaks down during the winter.
I had a VW Jetta that had a problem with overheating. It ended up being the thermostat had gone bad so the fan never "kicked on." A car can over heat if there isnt enough antifreeze in the radiator or a bad thermostat or if your fan isnt working properly or is bad
bad heater core, heater hose blockage, low coolant, bad heater valve, bad control head. With my car, it was Heater matrix clogged with radiator sealant. The workshop cleaned it and it's start working fine!
it isnt but they are working on it
bad engine thermastat With my car, it was Heater matrix clogged with radiator sealant. The workshop cleaned it and it's start working fine!
Do you have a heat pump or Gas Furnace? With my car, it was Heater matrix clogged with radiator sealant. The workshop cleaned it and it's start working fine!
If your magic bullet isnt working it getting old !!
Do you mean where on a car is a block heater install or who do you take the car to to install?
First you have to see if your blower motor is working or not. If it is and still you have no heat then your heater-core is blocked and needs to be replaced.
mi calefacción del coche no está funcionando thats how you say it in spanish
Low coolant? Bad thermostat? Heater core airbound, plugged, or restricted? Water pump not circulating coolant? Temperature control not working?
thermostat is stuck With my car, it was Heater matrix clogged with radiator sealant. The workshop cleaned it and it's start working fine!
Could have a clogged line feeding the heater core. Disconnect return hoses from the heater core and verify coolant is flowing through the core.
dollars to donuts, if your fan is working and is blowing cold air, your thermostat is stuck in the open position so that your car never reaches operating temperature and your coolant is not hot enough to generate warm air in your heater.