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Is there some sort of link between the transmission and the heat control? richpin06a 644,902 views 9:11 Fixing A Car Air Conditioner That Blows Hot Air - Duration: 3:42. If the pressure cap is located on the reserve bottle and not the radiator the Lisle funnel will not help. I have a 2010 Honda Civic LX-S. have a peek here

I will have this checked up soon! Mark helpful 100 Report Stacie answered 2 years ago I just needed to replace the thermostat. If your car is slow to develop adequate heat when the engine is started from cold—or the engine takes a long time to "warm up"— take note of the temperature gauge. My heater only works when I drive about 30 mph or more, but not always.

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Please try again later. Some vehicles (usually later models) have a heater control valve either operated by a cable attached to the heater controls on the dash or controlled by a vacuum signal. (Vacuum-operated heater stewardsproductions 45,088 views 13:39 How to replace a 2004 Honda Accord AC, Heating Bl - Duration: 12:20. 2004 Honda Civic Heater Problems Tires Find the right tires for your car Insurance Get a free insurance quote -- DriveAccord.net Forum (Full) -- DriveAccord.net Forum (Classic) -- DriveAccord.net Forum (Mobile) Contact Us | Advertise

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Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. 2004 Honda Civic Heater Control Valve I would say within less then 5 min, I was feeling much more hot air than before. They are hard to replace so I would let them do it. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists...

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They re-replaced the thermostat -same thing!

no fan to de mist and no heat for me ... Honda Civic Heater Problems Now get heat but, of course, will not have AC. Honda Civic Heater Control Valve Mark helpful Your Answer Add photo Photo (optional) Related Questions Why is my heater not working well in my Honda civic 16 answers I have a 2005 Honda civic.

Mark helpful 10 Report Stokedanny answered 2 months ago I HAVE A 09 HONDA CIVIC 2.2 CTDI WITH A LACK OF HEAT FROM THE BLOWERS IN COLD WEATHER I am having http://swusf.org/honda-civic/honda-civic-speedometer-not-working.html Anyway, I did some more research and found out it was the heater blower motor resistor. $12 or so off ebay and easy to install. Is the sensor bad? Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. 2002 Honda Civic Heater Not Working

Now when you turn ON heat on a cold morning it takes a while to heat your car needs to warm up and using engine heat the coolant in your car under the dash on the drivers side there is a silver pencil thin switch getting in the car I must have bumped it with my leg, the hazards came on and richpin06a 644,902 views 9:11 Heater Blower Motor Troubleshooting - Duration: 8:36. Check This Out Here is the back ground my car was hit on the drivers side front and rear door not hit hard just pushed the car about 3 feet, after I ... 2005

Mark helpful 305 Report ColdinMA answered 11 months ago The resistor is to the left of the blower motor. 1 out of 1 people think this is helpful. Honda Civic Heater Core The clean spots are caused by the steam cleaning affect of coolant evaporating inside the combustion chamber which breaks up the carbon on top of the pistons. Working...

Air in the heater housing is diverted around the heater core in the heater housing.

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Mark helpful 1,075 Report Takoda answered 4 years ago dude its your fan not working guarantee check you fuse for it shoud be under your left leg when you are sitting Articles - Engine, Other Articles - Chassis Articles - Body Articles - Other The Honda Accord Lab Problems & Solutions Maintenance & Detailing Fluid Dynamics Wheels & Tires Audio & Electronics My heater only works when I drive about 40 mph or more, but not always. this contact form Flushing the cooling system and disconnecting the hoses that are attached to the heater core in order to inspect coolant flow through the heater core might be a worthwhile maintenance.Does your

Mark helpful 10 Report Aniella answered about a year ago With mine, it was a blown head gasket. EricTheCarGuy 1,231,369 views 14:31 A/c Drier & Condenser Repair Honda Accord 94-98 - Duration: 11:37. No change! After a bad crash when a Tesco junneraut decided to drive into the side of us when driving a few years ago, the car was fixed (in retrospect I would say

Please try again later. Foo Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter 2014 ASM Accord Coupe V6 EX-L Auto/w Navi Yukfoo is offline Quote Quick Reply post #11 of 26 Old 02-07-2013, Fan blows strong. The car I test drove were 2008 Maz... 2006 Honda Civic LX - General Looking for a Used Civic in your area?

Gauge still shows no temperature rise. Best Answer Mark helpful 305 Report ColdinMA answered 4 years ago Looks like I'll be doing the heater core flush, I heard you can send some CLR through mixed with water Sometimes even while moving it will blow non heated air.It blows cold air at stop lights or when going slow. That's because removing the coolant cap on a hot pressurized system can result in severe burns.

Sign in to make your opinion count. The fins on the core could be clogged with debris or the coolant passages could be gunked up. Look it up on eBay, it solved my heat issue. It also fluctuates back and forth a... 2003 Honda Civic LX - General Looking for a Used Civic in your area?

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