11-09-2010, 09:50 PM
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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Findlay, Ohio
Dumb question... but when you turned on the heat... was the car properly warmed up? AKA was the Coolant temp over 160*?
As said above. Engine Coolant is where the heat comes from. It comes out of the block, through the water pump, and then into the heater core (behind the dash), and then back out to the Radiator.
If your heat isn't working, it could also be because something around the heater box failed. IE: some of the vent doors aren't opening to allow the heat to leave the heater core or something along those lines. If the heater box was empty of coolant... you would know it, because the car be extremely low on coolant and would alert you to there being a low coolant level.
On the DIC, switch it to where it displays Coolant Temp. If that number isn't above like 160*... you aren't going to be getting very good heat.
How many miles are on the car? That is something covered under warranty.
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