Why the Heater of the Car is Blowing Cool Air

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A heater core is a radiator-like contrivance used in the vehicle to heat the cabin of the speed machine. There are various underlying causes that can lead to a situation where the car heater stops functioning properly. Issues in the cooling system can cause the heater core to blow cold air. A plugged heater core can also cause the same. The heater will blow cold air, if your vehicle’s engine is losing water consistently. A sick heating system can make you feel frustrated during the winter ride. Better you consult a car mechanic and fix the things before putting the pedal to the metal for a wintery voyage.

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WHY THE HEATER OF THE CAR IS BLOWING COOL AIR?

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Car issues can make people scratch their heads.

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When the heater core suddenly blows cold air, check it instantly.

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Unreliable heaters can make the winter months unbearable.

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Several things can go wrong with automotive heaters and occur due to:

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PROBLEMS WITH THE HEATER CORE

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DYSFUNCTIONAL THERMOSTATS

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NOT ENOUGH COOLANT IN THE ENGINE

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WATER LEAKS

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CLOGGED OR BROKEN HEATING CONTROLS

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Check each of the issues related to the heater core in depth.

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INSUFFICIENT COOLANT

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Car uses coolant to cool down the engine in summer which is: 50% of water 50% antifreeze

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If the cool air blows continuously from the heater core, check the coolant level.

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ISSUES WITH THE HEATER CORE

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Car heater problems also associated with the heater core difficulties.

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When heater core has issues, the car is not blowing warm air into the cabin.

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CLOGGED HEATER CONTROLS

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After using the control buttons for several years, they can get: Gummed up Stop working

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If the heater control valve is not working, the car gets stuck blowing cool air.

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DYSFUNCTIONAL THERMOSTAT

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Due to the broken thermostat, thermostat gauge stays on "C".

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If it can't send a signal to the car, the coolant won't be sent over the engine.

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WATER LEAKS

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The last common problem with the car heater is the water leak.

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Water leaks can be arises in the heater core for many reasons: Hoses Radiator Water pump

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CONCLUSION

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An effective heating system can make a much more enjoyable winter.

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If you notice any of these issues, contact a reputable auto repair shop.

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