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Old 11-22-2009, 08:52 AM
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Heater not working!!!

I live in Houston Texas and I bearly had to start using my heater and it bearly blows warm air. Blows cold air fine. I have and 07 SE 3.5L. Any one had this problem?
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I live in Houston Texas and I bearly had to start using my heater and it bearly blows warm air. Blows cold air fine. I have and 07 SE 3.5L. Any one had this problem?
Check your engine coolant level, it is probably low. First thing that stops working when you lose coolant is the heater.

Just had my radiator replaced, after this happened. Also experienced it in other cars.
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Old 11-23-2009, 06:09 PM
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Its fine..

The fluid level is fine.. Just below the max line.
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the next thing you need to do is touch both the two heater hoses going into the firewall on your car. Get the car to operating temp, and turn the heater on. Pop the hood and find the two hoses. (they are about the diameter of a quater). Feel them with your hand. They should both be hot, Hot enough where you cant hold onto them for long (about 140 degrees) after doing this get back on here and let us know. Hopefully they are both equally hot. You are looking for a difference between the two hoses which should be none to minimal
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Probably, just due to the heavy friction and more standouts, the coolant damaged or the heat may be produced... recheck the internal accessories and the fluid level and consumption targets, you will get a good results..
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It was my thermostat that wasnt working. Dealer replaced it for free under warranty.
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the next thing you need to do is touch both the two heater hoses going into the firewall on your car. Get the car to operating temp, and turn the heater on. Pop the hood and find the two hoses. (they are about the diameter of a quater). Feel them with your hand. They should both be hot, Hot enough where you cant hold onto them for long (about 140 degrees) after doing this get back on here and let us know. Hopefully they are both equally hot. You are looking for a difference between the two hoses which should be none to minimal
I have similar problem, I check my car heater hoses one is hot (top one) and other one is normal. Not sure whatís issue, do I need to change my carís thermostat? Please help!
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