My question is not specific to my car but about car heaters in general.I am in a heated debate with a buddy. My buddy says that if you set the temperature controls on the dash of your car to a higher temperature the actual temperature of the air coming from the vents will be hotter.I contend that the temperature of the air will be the same at a lower setting, but will just cut off sooner. It is my assumption that the temperature is a function of the temperature of the coolant in the coils of core and that the thermostat opens and closes the coolant flow in the coils. We both understand that turning the fan up will force more warm air into the cab. Can you help us before we come to blows?
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 29th, 2009 AT 4:15 PM