There is a valve which controls the flow of coolant to the heater core, which is a small radiator located inside the passenger compartment. If this valve is open, hot coolant will be pumped into the heater core, which will get hot and warm the air passing over it. If the lever or temperature selector in your vehicle does not control that valve, then the cable is broken, or the electrical control device is not working.
probably because its old. take it to a garage, they'll tell ya ....check the heater control valve.and thermostat..................and the other answer is a waste of time.....................
No, a Lamborghini would be half way to china by time the corvette got to 60mph
Run a new ignition switch controlled "hot" wire directly to fan motor
A Corvette!!!!!!big time!!!!!!
the heater box is under the dashboard most of the time in the middle. The heater blowing system have doors . The door for the foot is next to your leg he have one metal cable could be this come out. If yes, have to clip it back. This electric its more difficult but just check first
Air in the water system.
1968-1982 Corvette heater cores typically begin leaking due to a breakdown in materials dropping anti-freeze and coolant on your Corvette's carpet. This is not a pretty sight. Removal of the heater core takes place from inside your Corvette. First the RH side lower dash pad must be removed, then access can be gained to the inner heater box. Remove all ductwork (windshield defrost, floor duct, side ducts, etc.). The main inner heater box is supported to the firewall by 4 to 6 studs, these stud plates are riveted to the inner heater box. By removing the nut on the opposite side of the firewall the inner box can be removed from the Corvette. The heater core is mounted with straps inside the inner heater box. Once the inner box is removed from the Corvette, the heater core can be replaced and reassembly can begin. At this time it is also a good idea to replace all the seals in your Corvette's heater & air condition system. Seal kits for 68-77 & 78-82 Corvettes include ductwork seals, inner box seals, heater/ac flapper door seals and firewall mount seals for internal and external heater boxes. Replacing these seals not only improves your Corvette's heater & AC performance, but also eliminates air drafts which are common on all C3 Corvettes. From all of us at Zip-Corvette.com
The correct grammar would be "Why would both of your headlights blow out at the same time".
it depends on the time of day and time of year. if it's night time you would light the lamp, if you were cold you would light the heater. If you were quick enough you could use the match to light the lamp and the heater at the same time. The answer to this very basic question is this ----- you would first light the match !!!
i would just take it in to a place that changes shocks save you alot of time
A portable rechargeable heater would be best, target carries a variety of them.
check the heater hoses going into the fire wall when truck is up to temp and see if one is hot if not heater core has a low flow and a flush may help
No,the Corvette convertible premiered in 1986 for the 1st time since 1975.
Open the drain at the bottom of the tank and blow it down, about every 30 days or so. I do mine every time I add salt to the softner.
I have a 97 Buick Lesbre thermostat control temp blink every time I start my car and also blow cold air out what could be the problem?
It would be bad if you had on and off for a long period of time?
There is no physical reason for the world to blow up. The laws of physics and chemistry would have to be radically different for this to happen. the world is not likely to blow up any time soon why would it ? no idea is there any proof? no people have been guessing the world will blow up for ages 1 thing i don't understand is even if the world did blow up the person/people who guessed wouldn't even be remered, i mean who would remember them we would all be gone
If the unit is a heat pump, and the fan switch is set to ON, the unit compressor will cycle to maintain room temperature. Thus, it would blow hot or cold, depending on if the compressor was on, and the thermostat was calling for heat. Turn the fan switch to off, and let the thermostat bring the fan on. Not working part, no comment on that.
thermostat, or ots time to flush and fill your anti-freeze. you might also want to check the head gasket
Could also be a short to ground. If it runs all the time that's what it probably is. Get a wiring diagram and figure it out
well then stop talking to them all the time, don't let them just blow you off, that's not what a friends would do.
If your heater core wasn't leaking at the time your radiator was replaced , then ( no ) That would be two separate jobs
Probably leaking freon.
Because there is no wind on the moon to blow it around.
Take it to the one of the most trusted truck mechanics if that does not work maybe take it in for a truck trade in and get a new truck.