Heater blows hot air -lots of it
Henry A Harper III
hah at alumni.rice.edu
Fri Jan 30 19:56:14 EST 2004
Are you seeing any blinky lights on the climate control head? Error codes
there? It sounds like your flapper motor is malfunctioning or the feedback is
in error - I have had some poor connection issues with mine but not that bad.
Could be some sort of vacuum problem, you can check the heater valve (fails
open), but luckily we don't have a bowden cable ;) Bentley has a nice
troubleshooting section of course.
http://www.henry-harper.com hah at alumni.rice.edu
1991 200 quattro, 120k, passed emissions check with flying colors of course
even though operator couldn't find spark plug wires and went through "rpm
1988 GTI 16v, 239k, lubed throttle cable again...much better...
On Friday, January 30, 2004 3:54 PM, Ingo D. Rautenberg [SMTP:ingo at waratap.com]
> Normally not a problem in this frigid 5-18 degree F -- but I may be taking
> v8 to Steamboat next week and driving around with open windows is not what
> I'd like to do for 3,000 plus miles. Actually, I can just turn it off or set
> it on low if need be. If I turn the temperature down below 70 or lower, it
> still puts out plenty of heat. Stuck valve? Bowdon cable? Thanks.
> May be unrelated, but a few months ago I had just the opposite happen, where
> couldn't get any heat and it would just blow cold (November, I believe).
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