slow to heat on 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

My car heater takes about 10 minutes before I get any heat, and it's not that cold here yet. Once it heats up, it works fine.

by in Croghan, NY on October 15, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on October 15, 2009
Hi Kelley, Is your engine getting up to normal operating temperature in a normal amount of time? Or is it taking longer than normal? If so, I would have the engine coolant thermostat replaced. If the thermostat is OK, then you will want to take this to a shop that can check out the climate control system by checking the diagnostic trouble codes, checking for the latest software in the control module and have them check for any technical service bulletins related to this issue. Good Luck!
Related Items:
had bad throttle posistion sensor changed it. Shortly after the fan coolant temp sensor went bad replaced it. Then car overheated due to bad sealant on lower intake end. boughgt gasket kit changed ...

Related Content