2002 Toyota Corolla. Since we have owned the car for 3 years, the heater has never been 'great'. There is an occasional whistling sound in the air ductwork. The last 2 weeks, I replaced the water pump, thermostat and flushed the entire system as a PM move. THe car has 144,000 miles. The weather has turned cold in Ohio. The blower works. There is an instant of hot air and then just ambient (cold) air. The upper heater hose is hot, the lower hose is warm. I looked at the white levers for the duct door and they are moving and it 'sounds' like the door is moving when I move the **** fast to the end, I can "hear" it hit the stops. I think.
So the blower works, hoses are hot, and I see the lever to the door moving. Bit still have cold air.
have the same problem?
Friday, December 24th, 2010 AT 8:17 PM