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Hi. I’ve a 2002 Jeep Liberty. The heater used to blow nice scorching air after which barely warm air. Temp gauge shows rather less than half manner. Radiator, thermostat, temperature control module have all been changed. Heater core has been flushed. Was driving and warmth was barely warm after which began blowing very chilly air. Busted radiator hose. Replaced. Still blowing ice chilly air and now smoke is coming inside of auto.
I simply obtained my bearings and ball joints accomplished, and similar to Kate’s remark, at very low speeds only i get this sound. Its onerous to place in words..however in the event you were to leap up and down on a bed and you get that err ee err ee sound..lol its like that seems like something is about to snap. It started after the ball joint substitute, then the man advised me it was my bearings, he fixed both its still there..bearings had to get replaced anyway so no huge deal however the noise is driving me loopy.
In you are explicit situation, especially with none loss of coolant, whereas I wouldn’t rule out a nasty heater core, I would look first in direction of your air-con unit. While it’s commonplace for an getting older car to take a little time to blow out crisp and chilly air, if your a/c is on the fritz, it is also the culprit soaking your passenger facet ground. Alternatively, you could possibly also have a leak within the seals around your door, windshield or firewall – all of which could possibly be soaking the ground as well.
A chilly passenger compartment isn’t all the time an indication of a defective heater core. It might point out that your blower motor or another component of your heater has gone dangerous (cheer up, it may be a element that is much less tedious to fix than the heater core). Although if you’re seeing one of the different signs in additiion to a scarcity of heat, that’s a fairly good indicator that the heater core itself has a problem.