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BadSeed Nov 28, 9:52pm - #337484 
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Heater problems

well here in utah we just got our first major snow storm last night, which got me thinking about my heater. My heater will work fine if the car is actually moving but if i am trying to warm up the car or am stopped at a light, it starts to blow out some extremely cold air. Usually once i start moving again at a decent speed it gets warmer. So does anybody know what is going on with my heater, and how i would go along getting it fixed? The high here is 20 degree's so i would really like to get this fixed ASAP.
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ArumnDark Nov 29, 1:35am - #337485 
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I have no idea!

Are you recirc'ing the air or taking it in fresh?

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BadSeed Nov 29, 2:08am - #337486 
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as of right now i dont know what its set at. i painted my center console and havent gotten the overlays yet. No matter what i have it set to it still has the same problem.
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whywait Nov 29, 2:38am - #337487 
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sounds like the same problems i'm having anybody got any ideas???

cuz it's been in the 30's here the last couple days.
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tido Nov 29, 3:09pm - #337488 

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HEATER PROBLEMS! DAMN..THOUGHT IT SAID HATER PROBLEMS...CARRY ON! wtf
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whywait Dec 3, 9:21am - #337489 
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anybody got any ideas???
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BReakinDrifTs Dec 3, 9:40am - #337490 
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Thats pretty much normal, kind of like how the AC of a car gets colder/stronger the more gas you give to the engine. Throw it in neutral and revv at lights. rofl
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morris Dec 3, 10:21am - #337491 
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Try doing this... spineyes it may help... Linked Image
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Doppelganger Dec 3, 12:27pm - #337492 

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A few years ago I had a similar problem, and it turned out to be a faulty water pump.
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whywait Dec 4, 10:46pm - #337493 
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could it be a possibility that they didn't bleed the coolant lines and all that shit after my accident?
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BadSeed Dec 5, 5:37am - #337494 
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well i put some antifreeze in and the heater is working better than ever now.
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eric_h Dec 6, 12:56am - #337495 

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nice to hear. i live in utah too but im down south so it dont get that cold thumbsup

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