My 2001 Toyota Celica has a weird problem which can be replicated by doing the following.
Start the car and allow it to warm up all the way.
When the car is between idle and ~1400 rpm with the heat and blower set to maximum the air blows cold. Once the car reaches 1500+ rpms the air starts to blow warm and the higher the rpms, the hotter the air. The results are the same whether the car is being driven or is parked and idling.
Any ideas what could cause this?
have the same problem?
Saturday, December 23rd, 2006 AT 8:01 PM