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Old 23-08-19, 08:32 AM   #1
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I was wondering if someone could tell me why my heaters aren't working in my car. I have just bought it and when I put the heater on it is just blowing cold air.
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Hi welcome to the forum..I've moved and re-titled your question...good luck and welcome again
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Check you coolant! Just lost my GT SW 180 with same issue as the engine was taking it coolant and and over heating. Fingers cross itís just a problem with your heating controls though.


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Could be you have the A/C on
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Could be you have the A/C on


A/C on or off you should still get heat through if set for hot air.


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Yes you would think so but we are giving the OP options to look at before fearing the worst !
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Old 25-08-19, 09:38 PM   #7
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We don't know which model, so what heater controls.

At this time of year I never get hot air from the heater unless I set a very high cabin temperature.

But check the radiator coolant level first.
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