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Heater blowing cold, doesn’t get hot.

Discussion in '6.7 Common Rail' started by Timothy Jones, Nov 29, 2020.

  1. Timothy Jones

    Timothy Jones Junior Member

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    Same exact problem with mine although it’s not the dual climate control


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    Glad I live in Texas until I get this figured out, sucks when riding my Harley in the snow is the same as riding in my truck heat wise.
     
  3. Timothy Jones

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    Yeah it’s cold af. I’ve flushed my heater core replaced some haggard blend doors calibrated them pressure tested the heater core along with bleeding the system it just won’t get hot and I don’t understand why.


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    So I took mine to the dealer as my temp gun has died for good and my hands can only feel warm or cold, and not with a great degree of accuracy either. Problem is a plugged heater core. I don't have the time with work at the moment to tear it apart so they are doing that and a couple of other maintenance items that need to be done. The darn labor charge for 9+ hours for them to do is going to suck big time however. :puke:
     
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    That is gonna hurt the wallet for sure!
     
  6. Timothy Jones

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    Fuckkkk, thanks man I’m assuming that’s the problem with mine as well


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    Replacing the heater core is a 1-day or weekend gig if you have access to a A/C shop that can evacuate your A/C system. Odds are, if your heater core is done, your Evap is probably clogged up as well or not far behind especially in a 6 yr old system. Might as well replace both while the HVAC is out for a core replacement.
     

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