First and foremost, check your coolant levels. If you have insufficient coolant, you'll get heat but only after a long time. It could be a heater core problem, or a plugged line but low coolant is a common cause. First and foremost, check your coolant levels. If you have insufficient coolant, you may still get heat but only after a long time. It could be a heater core problem, or a plugged line but low coolant is a common cause. There should be a coolant reservoir under the hood, it will have some markings on it indicating hot and cold coolant levels. If that is empty that is a good indicator that you may have low coolant.
Heater blower motor running continuously. Check the heater resistor pack.
If you mean daytime running lights, then probably not unless it's from Canada.
Not unless your heater core leaks.
Not unless your hot water is continuosly running.
The engine has to be running and warmed up for the heater to produce hot air. So yes, you need gasoline to get heat from your car (unless you have an electric car).
That cannot be properly answered unless you specify how fast you are moving.
so that it cools the engine down
Mercury is a rocky planet, unless you mean the element mercury which is a metal.
Mercury is the smallest planet unless you count Pluto
It stays on UNLESS you have a commercial heater with an electronic ignition
There isn't a block heater, unless the previous owner installed one.
You would need to pull out the heater control panel to get at the bulb holders. Some of the bulbs are micro-bulbs that are actually inside switches. Unless you are skilled at disassembling small electronics and soldering small parts, replacing these might not be practical.
The heater core on the Chrysler LHS in behind the dash in the heater box. Unless you have the JDM version, then the heater core is in the oil pan next to the turbo.
Are you in Alaska? What heater can you plug in that is not already connnected. A diesel preheater maybe.
Sounds like the spark plug wires are bad. Replace them along with the spark plugs.
Unless you leave the heater on, Yes
The car doesn't have a block heater unless you put one in so there will not be a cord otherwise.
No, they do not. If you smell ammonia it is not coming from the heater unless something has been put inside the heater and is burning.
Answerif it is as warm as a usuall heater you most likely have a clogged heater core or are not runnig a thermostat in your vehicle if it is the later of the two i suggest getting a thermostat it does more than just what people think AnswerCheck the coolant level. Low level could cause an air bubble to develop at the heater core.This bubble will not work through the system unless the air is bled out. agree with the coolant level.Answer1. Check coolant level.2. Thermostat stuck open.3. Very cold temperatures, consider blocking radiator with some cardboard.
No,a transmission on a 2005 mercury mountaineer will not fit on a 2000 mercury mountaineer unless you change the oil message on the mountaineer.
Mercury is normally lost in the glare of the sun unless there is a solar eclipse
about three unless you are running super fast
Not unless it's running with sperm!
It depends on the speed of the person. No two people are alike. The average running speed is 10mph. That's about 6 minutes to travel a mile at a steady speed of 10mph. There is no accurate answer unless we know the speed of the runner.
No not unless it is specialy designed with an exaust.