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Your engine may be overheating while idling due to lack of air flow through the radiator. If low, can cause the same symptoms. Fix It Like The Pros Blend Door Actuator Replacement Chevrolet GM Blend Door Actuator Replacement Find a car manual for your car Contact• Help• About• Privacy Policy © 1999 - 2016 No leaking and everything seems to work o.K. have a peek at this web-site

The heating system uses vacuum pressure to move the heat control valve. Click Me! It has to do with when the car is sitting at idel that it runs so effciently that the amount of coolant running through the core is minimual so by the Trending What happens if you keep the engine on when at a gas station? 59 answers Can you damage your automatic transmission car by shifting from D to R? 17 answers

Honda Civic No Heat And Overheating

Visit the Members Ride's to view and rate other member’s Honda Civics. That may work. Does it idle at about 750 rpm?

CecDogsVTEC03-09-2007, 06:02 PMIm in the same effin boat!!!! also assuming I now need to either replace it, or try some of that stop leak crap they have... It's Free! 2004 Honda Civic Heater Problems but anyways, I noticed coolant on top of the radiator, not where the upper hose meets, but seems to be coming from the top of the radiator itself...

Fill the funnel with coolant and let your car run with the heat on. Honda Civic Heater Blows Cold Air RonJ, Mar 1, 2010 #19 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... I suggest getting a coolant funnel and bleeding it that way, more effective and less mess. frankmoocivic, Oct 1, 2009 #5 XpL0d3r What Civic?

Steve01-17-2007, 03:08 PMokay when you turn your heater knob full blast, the fan blows right? 2001 Honda Civic Heater Core It is probably stuck in the closed position. bonkeythe7thgen03-13-2007, 01:51 AMThe engine is what makes the heat. It only blows cold air.

Honda Civic Heater Blows Cold Air

so it's heat time. http://www.hondacivicforum.com/forum/mechanical-problems-technical-chat-8/no-heat-idle-59482/ any ideas (assuming its not the tstat since it's pretty much new)? Honda Civic No Heat And Overheating whoopss, my bad on that. Honda Civic Heater Control Valve They are hard to replace so I would let them do it.

U may need to take it in and have it looked upon. http://virtualthought.net/honda-civic/2008-honda-civic-ac-not-blowing-cold-air.html Oh and I haven't bled the ac system or done anything to the car since the problem has started. You can only upload a photo (png, jpg, jpeg) or a video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm). Damn Eskimos. 2002 Honda Civic Heater Not Working

Tell me what it idles at when warm and stopped. i need to add some straight antifreeze right?. '01 civic 1 out of 1 people think this is helpful. I did get a coolant flush but I got all the bubbles out of the system. Source If the coolant level is ok then you may have a vacuum leak in heating controls.

Fill the funnel with coolant and let your car run with the heat on. 2004 Honda Civic Heater Blows Cold Air Please, read. This is really simple stuff here.

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No Air At All 1985 Honda Prelude No Heat1999 Honda Prelude Heater View more Ask a Car Question. Need car insurance quotes? Last year I replaced the thermostat and it seemed to work okay for a month, then started this nonsense again. 2005 Honda Civic Heater Core It doesn't have to be on an incline this way.

Have you guys tried applying gas? If I stop at a red light or something, cold air starts blowing. You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM. http://virtualthought.net/honda-civic/honda-civic-odometer-stopped-working.html If you have been using the "green" stuff, you may have to have your radiator and heater core totally flushed out.

When you get of the gas and the coolant pumps fast and more goes threw the core thus relating in warmer air. Welcome to ClubCivic a Honda Civic Forum Club Civic is an online Honda Civic forum and community for all Honda Civic enthusiasts. Gotta get more coolant and do it over sometime.. All I know is that the car heaters work perfectly when cranking it up but slows down when it is not moving or when it stops at the lights.

lol.Click to expand... Before you start posting on this site you will need to register. I have had my car at Honda 8 times with no resolution. I suggest getting a coolant funnel and bleeding it that way, more effective and less mess.

I was wondering if upholstery on car seats in a vehicle is the same thing a car seat trim? AndI dont think that there is a coolant blockage because then the heater wouldnt work at all if that was the case and the car would overheat. Im still waiting to hear from my claim guy at Honda to figure out how to get this resolved. Shouldnt warm air still be passing through the vents?

no overheating on the motor? There is just no hot air at all after the car is warmed up and not in MOTION. Dont worry im not that crazy. if its a matter of the air not being hot enough.

Like you would normally do, wait until there's no more bubbles in the funnel.Click to expand... 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. It always has before.