check your coolant levels.
The Owners Manual offers illustrated directions for doing this.
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I had this same problem and could not find anyone with the same problem. Because your getting some heat the coolant is circulating. My problem was that when I had replaced the thermostat I accidentally put one in that opened at 160 degrees because it was the cheapest at Autozone. My gauge read Cold and there was no heat. If I gunned it in neutral,in the driveway, the heat worked great and my gauge went up. I took the car in and they put in the 195 degrees one and it worked great since.
I own a 1997 Ford Contour and there was a recall a few years ago on the heater blower and resistor. Check out the recalls on the car.
no sitting there and not moving for a long time
Yes, they constantly move. Solid materials move the least, with gases moving the most.
No, I would suspect a stuck open thermostat, a failing (worn) water pump or clogged heater core. Also chedk for a sticking heater control valve in the coolant circuit if fitted. It could also be a internally swelled heater hose from the block to the heater core blocking proper coolant flow..
they are constantly moving and always have been.
particles of matter are constantly moving
Well, the earth rotates so they probably are not moving.
It is more than likely a thermostat
The angle which you see the trees is constantly changing because you are moving and the trees are not.
the earth is constantly moving.
Sounds like a bad water pump, or belt is slipping for water pump. Low coolant, stuck thermostat, etc.
Because you are constantly changing direction
Yes, atoms and molecules in matter are always constantly moving.
If your vehicle is idling high to low when its not moving, chances are you have an issue with the transmission. It may need to be replaced fully or simply fixed.
Moving air is air that is constantly circulating in an area. Non-moving air is air that is not moving around.
Its just the movement of the earth constantly moving.
Constantly moving electrons.
it means that we are constantly moving.
The tectonic plates are constantly moving
By moving most of the muscles constantly
Yes. Like all galaxies, it is constantly moving.
A metallic bond has free electrons that can move around the metall atom lattice. Note that electrons never stop moving so all bonds involve constantly moving electrons, including ionic.
Molecules that are in a solid are constantly moving around and vibrating. All states of matter possess molecules in them.
Vascular plants are constantly moving materials through the specialized cells in their