01 beetle no hot air from heater?
If a 2001 VW Beetle does not have hot air coming from the heater there is a problem with the vehicles heating system. The heater core is malfunctioning and will need to be replaced.
the make and model of the car would help in determining your problem it is possible that this could be a problem with a switch that controls the position of a door that blend…s heat with cool air.aka-blend door actuator.
Answer . First check the water level. Low level will not get to the heater core. \nChange the thermostat.\nIf you recently changed the thermostat, bleed the coolant syste…m.
You will have to get the system re-gassed, once the refrigerant has escaped out of the system you will have nothing that can remove the heat from the cabin of your car.
If you have air inside a water heater you have major problems as the air can become compressed to dangerously high levels and now instead of a heater you have a powerful bomb.…. CALL A Licensed MASTER plumber ASAP
Year, make and model would help but, it could be a faulty thermostat, a faulty temp blend door actuator, a plugged up heater core or the coolant system is low on fluid (leak).…
\n. \nLow coolant?\n. \nThermostat not opening?\n. \nPlugged or restricted heater core?\n. \nHeater core airbound?\n. \n Also... \n. \nHeater valve control cable det…ached or broken?
The most common reason for the heater not to blow hot air is that the radiator fluid is low; Check that first. Then check the heater hoses for kinks or blockages (the hoses mu…st be removed to check for blocks). Another possibility is that your cabin air filter is completely blocked (unlikely, but easy to check, so do so). It is also possible that the airflow damper(s) under the dash are malfunctioning, so, failing all else, check that as well.
Check antifreeze levels. If too little coolant is circulating in system, the lack of heat is one of the first symptoms. If car is overheating, but full of coolant, check the w…ater pump. Or is it a *fan* problem? Are you getting no HEAT, or getting no FAN? If it's the fan, check the resistor and relay (both on the firewall next to the blower motor housing-torwards the center of the car (on my 85 Cavy Vert).
Try checking your coolant level. If that's fine it may be your thermostat staying open and it may need replaced
problem with you coolant level your engine isn't being cooled properly>>> ive had my engine over heat twice in the last week first one blown head gasket this one i don't know.…..
to heat a space. the ducts move from the evaporator(a/c) to the heater core, where the core has hot antifreeze going thru it and a blower motor blowing across it produces heat…
No. If you have hot water heat, you also have a separate air handler for the AC to circulate the air.
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Well the heater could be because you have low engine coolant or the thermostat is stuck open so the coolant will not get heated up. As for the AC sounds like you are all out o…f free-on.
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Check your coolant level. If its too low the sensor won't read the temperature of your coolant.
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Most like a duct problem. Check cables behind control to ensure smooth operation of all doors. The heater core is hot so something is blocking the air or it is being channeled… improperly.
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coolant level could be low not letting it circulate through the heater core, causing it to blow cold. Also, if the coolant level is low it will in turn overheat.
Open hot water on a faucet. Air will come out instead of water until air is all out, then water should flow as normal. May need to install expansion tank to take care of exces…sive air pressure build-up in water line.