Heater hoses hot? Move the temp control selector around and see if the cables to the blend doors are moving properly on the airbox (under the dash). Listen for the blend doors moving inside the box.
January, 1, 2012 AT 3:54 AM
Heater hoses not hot, little warm, can hear change n box when changing temp? Core bad or maybe plugged?
January, 1, 2012 AT 4:18 AM
Is there a valve near the bulkhead before the core? If so, my guess would be it. If not, the core.
January, 1, 2012 AT 4:28 AM
Not exactly sure what a bulkhead is, would it b n engine compartment on firewall or n/under dash?
January, 1, 2012 AT 4:46 AM
Ah-ah-ah. Naughty naughty. Firewall is no longer a legal word to use in conjunction with automobiles since they don't stop fire, or really even slow then down. It is now, legally, a bulkhead. Us old fogies know it and love it (hate it?) As a firewall.
But, yeah, that metal wall separating passenger and engine compartments. If it has a heater control valve, it should be just inside the engine compartment on one of the heater hoses.
January, 1, 2012 AT 4:51 AM
Well no valve, so im looking at the core right? Would flushing it maybe help, its not driven a whole lot as u can tell by the mileage?
January, 1, 2012 AT 5:35 AM
It should. Use something like Prestone, drain it, then use pressurized water to flush it.
January, 1, 2012 AT 5:39 AM
I'll give it a shot flushing it, thank u very much for your time and advice, hope this works, thanks again!