Why would the heater blow cold air when stopped but regular heat when you start moving?
The water level in the radatior is lower than the inlet of the heater core. At idle the water flow is not high enough and the air bubble in the cooling system moves to the highest point in the system The heater core, Now hot water, no heat
Check your thermostat, when the car is sitting still it may not be getting the cerculation it needs
Is it possible for an object to continue to move if there is no force on it in the direction in witch its moving?
I would start by checking your fuse box. It will typically be located somewhere under your dashboard, or under the hood. if they stopped working at the same time its probably electrical (fuse, short, etc) if it wasn't the same time it could be unrelated causes. Possibly the thermostat for your heater.
Can someone tell me what contacts or terminals to jump to start a swimming pool heater Can't find a qualified service man Pilot light is lit?
If the Pilot light is burning, you don't want to try to jump terminals to get the heater to start heating. Most heaters have some sort of water flow sensor so it only fires the heater if water is moving fast enough through it to transfer heat from metal parts to pool water. If you jump to bypass the flow sensor you are risking seriously damaging the heater if it's trying to heat and the…
If the force of gravitation between the earth and the moon were to suddenly disappearthe moon would start to move?
On my 1998 Econoline 5 point 4 neither of the 2 heater hoses run from the core to the water pump so how do I determine which one is the inlet hose so that I can splice in a T for a flush kit?
You could start the engine , turn your heater to hot and the fan speed to max , and then feel the heater hoses ( without catching your hands / clothing in any moving parts ) As the engine warms up , the inlet hose to your heater core will be hotter than the outlet hose with the heat going into the passenger area
Objects start out as either a rest or moving. If they are at rest, they require a force to be applied for them to start moving. If they are moving, they require a force to either slow them down or to make them stop. That means that once something starts moving, it will move forever, unless a force slows it down. The catch is that the force can be friction.
I have the same noise. It is very strange, because when I am stopped, the noise disappears, it appears when I start moving, but it does not increase as speed increases (that is what I would expect). It increases the frequency when I accelerate but only while moving. I suspect it could be related to the serpentine belt. or to the belt tensioner. JCT
The usual reasons for this problem is a faulty thermostat or heater core. If the car constantly shows cool or cold (compared to normal) on the temperature guage you can be pretty sure that the thermostat is at fault (cheap part but sometimes a pain to change). If the only symptom of a problem is that lack of heat then the heater core is a pretty good place to start looking.
Why does the heater fan on 1998 buick lesabre quit working and then start after you drive for a while?
sounds like the heater fan bearing is full of crud or worn out. a bump in the road is enuff to shake it loose from where it is stopped and make it go agin Answer Also the electrical brushes sometimes get worn down or stuck to where one of them does not make contact with the commutator. A little bump or sometimes just a change in temperature will free the brush just enough to make…