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Why is my car not blowing hot or cold air?

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Why is my car not blowing hot or cold air?

Why is my car heater not working at all? If the heating system isn't working at all (no hot or cold air is being blown into the car), this is likely due to a faulty blower motor or an issue stopping power from reaching the blower motor.

Why is my car’s AC not blowing cold air?

Therefore, it is possible that your car is low on refrigerant that is preventing your air conditioning from working properly. This is the most common reason for why your car’s AC is not blowing cold air.

Why does my car AC fan only work when I move?

For the car ac condenser’s fans issue, the car air conditioner only works when car is moving. Anytime the car air conditioner is on, the fans should be running properly. When your car is moving, the air is flowing through the condenser coils, which cools the air. The Ac condenser fans have two modes, a slow one and a fast one.

What temperature should my car's air conditioning be?

Once the refrigerant is filled, head inside the car and with the thermometer placed inside one of the AC vents, note the temperature. An ideal AC should blow cold air which is about 28 degrees.

Why is my car heater not working?

Over time, contamination in your cooling system can make your coolant more susceptible to freezing, which may result in your engine overheating and your heater not working! The heater core looks (and works) similar to your car’s radiator — it's made up of a series of narrow tubes and fins.

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