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...not heat up despite heating problem car heats up but cabin does not heat up despite fan turned on have u checked thermostat could be stuck if the thermostat was stuck, the whole car would over ...

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Question about 1993 SL1

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warm and car eventually heats up?? is the car over heating to the point the over heat light comes on and/or gauge pegs out max heat ? if so u probly need a new water pump. or is the a/c just warm air

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...car?s heating system makes use of excess heat from the engine?s internal combustion process. A car?s engine, in fact, when in operation produces so much excess heat that if the excess heat is not ...

...car?s heating system makes use of excess heat from the engine?s internal combustion process. A car?s engine, in fact, when in operation produces so much excess heat that if the excess heat is not ...

Question about 1997 Continental

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...car's heating system operates. That will help you to figure out your car heater problem and why your heater isn't working properly or even at all! So, let's talk about how your ...

...then lost heat but still blowing and then car over heated Sounds like a possible water pump problem with the over heating part. About the heater only blowing cold you may have to get it

...heating and casuing engine damage. start your car let it warm up for 5 to ten minutes and then try the heat. also when you start you should NEVER have heat on right away. the heat that you feel comes ...

Question about Air Conditioning and Heat for GMC Terrain

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...if I have to make a stop, the heat stops working (only cool air), then I have to turn off the car, take out the key and restart car to have the heat back on. There is also a knocking sound in ...

heating system that could go out and could make for no heat No heat The heat for your car is generated by the hot antifreeze mixture in your car motor. It is circulated through your heater core. A fan

Question about 2003 PT Cruiser

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...heating. Car radiators are also a form of the heat exchanger as they use cold air from outside to cool the water and keep the engine working properly. The heat loss from the radiator is then used to ...

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