No hot air, no coolant leaks, hoses seem ok, water hoses feel hot but
no hot air. engine runs at about 190 deg after new thermostat.
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2002 Chevrolet S10 Question: heater not providing hot air
Answer #1Jim Taddei August 29, 2011, 16:05Master
It sounds as if the temperature door actuator is stuck in the cold position, but A clogged heater core would not be uncommon so make sure both the inlet and outlet heater hoses are hot! Service information states the dash must be removed to replace the temp door actuator. It is on top of the heater box. You may be able to access it by removing the glove box.
Replyreelbum, September 09, 2011, 13:07Rookie
Thanks much for the information...both heater hoses are hot, so I can safely assume water is travelling thru?
ReplyJim Taddei, September 09, 2011, 13:28Master
Yes, If both heater hoses are hot to the touch then you can assume coolant is flowing through the heater core.