Thermostat sticking. Replace thermostat and gasket.
is the blower motor running? or is it just not blowing hot air?
Could be a shorted socket? Could be a bad element? Replace both--should solve problem
The filler tube has a hole in the side causing the oil to blow out. Remove the filler tube and replace with a threaded plug and the problem will be solved.
I am having the same problem.. I have already had to replace the intake manifold gasket cause it was leaking, still no heat. We will be flushing out the heater core to see if that's the problem. I may have to replace the heater core, we will see.
A radio fuse might keep blowing if the radio itself needs an inline fuse in a 1997 Crown Victoria. It is possible that the radio and interior lights are not grounded properly. Installing an inline fuse between the radio and the fuse box may solve the problem of the fuse blowing.
my Chevy cobalt 2005 keeps blowing the fuse everytime i put my windows up or down i had the door wireing replace a new window motor replaced new switch and it still blows the fuse what can the problem be
Replace the sending unit, it is defective.
in my experience it is a slight leak in heater core it will be antifreeze causing this replace heater core and problem will be fixed
I had this same problem and was told that the rear ac lines are leaking. It doent make sense. but that is what i was tol $1100.00 to replace the lines I asked why would the rear work and not the front if the rear was leaking and they could not explain.
Replace turn signal switch. Its grounding when you put turn signals on. I had the same problem and replaced it .Solved issues.
How do i get the trunk to close when it sometime works
I had the same problem and it was found that the built in radio/CD player was the problem, I had to replace the radio and cigarette lighter. All is well now, check out your radio as fuses kept blowing till i changed the radio.
Remove all bulbs and check sockets for damage, frayed or shorted wires Replace bulbs one at a time until fuse blows to determine which fixture problem originates. Could also be a problem in the steering column
There are sporadic reports of head gaskets blowing when the head bolts strip out of the aluminum block. It seems the only long term repair is to replace the short block.
If it's blowing immediately when you turn the key on, there is an electrical short in the system and you are going to need to trace it down. If it blows after several minutes or hours after turning the key on, it appears that your pump is overworking, causing the fuse to get hot and blow. Replace the pump to repair the problem.
One or more fixtures is shorted to ground Replace fuse with a test light--if there is a short it will illuminate--remove one socket at a time until light goes out that should be where your problem is
it could be lots of things: Look at the inside cover of the fuse box and see what the 20amp fuse is connected to, this is the component that is causing the problem. Eg. if the fuse that keeps blowing is connected to the heater then the heater is the problem you need to fix. ONE HELPFUL STEP YOU CAN TAKE HERE IS TO CHECK THE DEVICE/EQUIPMENT THE FUSE RELATES TO AND CHECK IF IT OPERATES WITH A 2NDARY 12V SOURCE. IF IT DOES NOT, REPLACE THE PROBLM DEVICE/EQUIPMENT. IF IT WORKS, SUSPECT THE WIRING OR CONNECTOR. REPLACE AS NEEDED.
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replace the temperature switch it i sthe one on the right of three in the middle of dash I have same problem on my 98 it took me like 6 hours to get to the problem but it worth
Replace the rheostat under the passengers footwell. Should be two screws on a plastic casing pull it down and pop the rheostat out and replace.
Flush your radiator coolant and replace thermostat
Replace the entire fan assemby.
You may need to replace your Thermostat or your Heater Core.