2002 Honda civic

Asked by Dec 22, 2017 at 05:20 PM about the 2002 Honda Civic

Question type: General

My heating wasnt working when got
the car and thought it would be
something handy but can't seem to
figure it out when I turn the heater on
no heat comes out at all b that hot or
cold any ideas?help greatly
appreciated thanks.

1 Answer

does the fan blow? Check the fan motor (behind glove box) and the fuse to the fan motor. If the fan blows, but no air moves, check the vacuum actuated dampers that move to let the air pass. If air moves, but not hot when car is hot, check the flow through the heater core.

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