faulty control valve on heater or air in the lines
Low coolant and a clogged heater core are possibilities.
You need to change your thermostat in the car.
The heater core is leaking coolant.
Heater blower motor is defective and locked up, or possible short in the wiring.
it is your heater core most likey
AnswerBad thermostat, clogged heater core, or a defective heater control switch. If an engine has not been running long it will not have warmed up, the warmth from a car heater usually comes from the engine.
Depends. You might be low on coolant. Or your heater core could be clogged. Neither of those instances is particularly "safe". But, it could just be a blend door, which wouldn't matter.
Low on coolant. Bad thermostat. plugged heater core. Temp blend door malfunction.
You might need a new thermostat or heater core.
Low on coolant. Stuck open thermostat. Plugged heater core. Temp blend door inop.
needs heater core replaced wost likely be hind the glove box
Check for a thermostat that is stuck open. Also can be a clogged heater core, or defective heater temperture control valve.
Have you checked your thermostat?
It sounds like your switch from hot to cold is stuck on cold
most likely thermostat stuck less than $ 15 part
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.
that's because you have to let get started and you havent used for little and it turns down
Car not blowing air or heat
I assume your car heater is blowing cold air, when the heater is on. It seems that, you have air on your coolant. that air pockets blocks the cooland to travel through your heater. it may be a sign of a bigger problem such as blown head gasket in the old cars, such acura legend
The heat for the interior of your car comes from the heated radiator coolant. When you are driving down the road the water pump circulates the heated engine coolant. If the engine slows and the water pump isn't real efficient you might get cooling in the heater. When you turn off the engine you aren't getting warm water pumped into the heater.
check the blower motor resistor
no ,but u will have to get it checked up on mabe, reprogrammed
This could possibly mean that the electrical connection for the blower is shorted or grounded or the on/off switch has lost contact. Have this checked with a car electrician.
Although my car is not an Eclipse, I experienced the same issue. A mechanic determined that my radiator was partially blocked and recommended replacement. My heater now blows heat whether I'm stopped at a light or moving.