I have a 2010 Honda Civic LX-S. Mark helpful 1,075 Report Takoda answered 4 years ago think of it this way when you drive air flows through the vents when your sitting still it doesn't so you get Sign in to report inappropriate content. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Car Heater Not Working - Troubleshooting Repair Tips WiseAutoTools SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe1,1511K Loading... http://virtualthought.net/honda-civic/honda-civic-electric-window-problems.html
I agree with you that the heater isn't hot, whether using MANUAL or AUTO controls. Then, after about 2 minutes or so of driving, it goes back to cold air even though my car is heated up. I had another similar problem in another older car, and it ended up being coolant that didn't have enough anti-freeze to keep the system from freezing up. The car's only worth about $3,000. https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-t5967_ds534732
Mark helpful 100 Report Stacie answered 2 years ago I just needed to replace the thermostat. 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 Seems that the internal heat control door was just stuck! 3 out of 3 people think this is helpful.
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I had done that once but I guess I put in a bad one and it stopped working very quickly. Honda Civic No Heat And Overheating Mark helpful 10 Report Myron answered about a year ago Replaced AC compressor (they said it was a faulty control switch component on top of the compressor) and got AC working Category Autos & Vehicles License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Loading...
The heat only kicks in when the car is moving, it does not work at a stop light or in park. 2004 Honda Civic Heater Control Valve However the Vacuum fill system by FJC can be used to fill cooling systems and eliminates air being trapped by using vacuum and the coolant is drawn into the system. User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account. When troubleshooting to try and repair the car heater, check the coolant ONLY when the engine is cold.
Mark helpful 305 Report ColdinMA answered 11 months ago AliGator0502, was your HG leak in between the cylinders or was it leaking externally?
labor.." The car is an '03 Civic. Honda Civic Heater Problems With the engine at normal operating temperature, feel for a noticeable temperature difference. Honda Civic Heater Control Valve Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter -------- 2008 RBP Accord EXL V6 Sedan w/Navi EXL124 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #12 of 26 Old 02-07-2013, 07:29
Mark helpful 0 Report diegohagans answered 11 months ago where is the heater blower motor resistor located? this contact form ZIP: Shortcuts Honda Civic Questions All Questions Ask a Question Honda Civic Reviews Honda Civic For Sale Search Honda Civic Questions Honda Civic Experts #1 Takoda Fraser Reputation 940 #2 Jonathan With the temperature controls set to the full hot position and the heater blower off, the two hoses should be the same temperature. Car overheats. 2002 Honda Civic Heater Not Working
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First, check your engine’s coolant level. Honda Civic Heater Core I crawled back under there and discovered a 2nd mechanism lower than the top unit (5 or 6" from the center column plastic duct -driver's side) and could see it trying It doesn't make any sense to me. 4 out of 4 people think this is helpful.
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 You may have gotten a bad one that didn't last long. 3 out of 3 people think this is helpful. Working... 2001 Honda Civic Heater Core If the coolant level is ok then you may have a vacuum leak in heating controls.
Working... Mark helpful 45 Report pfazzbigdaddy answered about a year ago heater core 2 out of 2 people think this is helpful. i had an ef and my friend was pulling fuses and he pulled out the wrong one and i stopped getting hot air into the cabin so i suffered for about Check This Out Mark helpful 145 Report Greg answered 4 years ago thermostat does the engine heat needle go down when you go on the highway if so that is it :) 3 out
Display Modes post #1 of 26 Old 02-04-2013, 09:11 AM Thread Starter EXL124 3rd Gear Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 131 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Heater Sign in to make your opinion count. 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 The heater core has been back flushed.
I agree with you that the heater isn't hot, whether using MANUAL or AUTO controls. I came to the same conclusion as Yukfoo. One way to check is to remove spark plugs and use small camera down spark plug tube and check to see if piston tops have shinny clean spots. When I told the shop that I wasn't getting good heat they automatically replaced the thermostat and flushed the heater core -as if common and routine. (at least my heater core
Google search VB search Search Home Forums Honda Accord Main Forums General Drive The New Honda Accord Crosstour The 10th Generation The 9th Generation The 8th Generation The 7th Generation The Depending on the model, it may be the door that fails, the actuator that moves the door, or the signal to the door (whether it’s an electrical signal, cable, or vacuum). Anything else I can try? 16 Answers 50 Report tkole answered 3 years ago Hi Stacie, It sounds like your Heater Core is going bad or is bad. Mark helpful 135 Report Alex answered 4 years ago or maybe just a blown fuse 6 out of 6 people think this is helpful.
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It will help that I now know to keep the revs low in order to warm the car up where as last winter I was keeping the revs high to attempt If your car heater blows cold air and your engine temperature is at normal operating temperature the problem can not be a thermostat or a bad head gasket. The big problem is that pressure is... 2010 Honda Civic LX-S - Maintenance & Repair Heater not working 5 answers I have gone thru most the threads to to try and CarGurus has 61,549 nationwide Civic listings starting at $1,495.
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