My heater blows out cold air, could this be a thermostat problem?
2014 Chevrolet Camaro

My heater blows out cold air, could this be a thermostat problem?

(2014 Chevrolet Camaro)
Heat is not working on my 2014 Chevy Camaro. Cold air blows out. How do you know if it's a Thermostat problem?
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on October 31, 2019
Hello, it could be a thermostat problem, a heater control valve problem or a climate control system problem, among some other things.

Measuring the temperature of the engine coolant while the concern occurs is a good first test - using a diagnostic tool that can monitor coolant temperature, you can see whether or not it is at or below specification at the time the concern occurs.
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on October 31, 2019
Hello, it could be a thermostat problem, a heater control valve problem or a climate control system problem, among some other things.

Measuring the temperature of the engine coolant while the concern occurs is a good first test - using a diagnostic tool that can monitor coolant temperature, you can see whether or not it is at or below specification at the time the concern occurs.
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