95 Honda Accord Heater Issue

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Old 11-12-07, 10:47 AM
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95 Honda Accord Heater Issue

I have a 95 Honda Accord and when i turn onthe AC it blows cold just fine, but if i turn the temparature dail to heat it still blows cold, Any idea on where i should look? I have already taken the dash and and the temp dail is functioning correctly. Any Help would be appreciated.
 
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There is a blend door that opens up to allow heat off the heater core to enter the system. If this door is not working, you will have all cold air.

Are both your heater hoses entering your firewall hot?
 
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I am not sure, i am all new at this where would i look?
 
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Check To Make Sure That Both Of The Hoses That Enter The Passenger Compartment From The Engine Area Are Both Hot. They Should Be Rubber, About 3/4 Of An Inch In Diameter, And The Only Two Like It, Together Entering The Firewall. The Blend Door Located On The Heater Box Which Is Under The Dash Is Going To Be Probably Be One Of Three Doors On Your Unit. One The Blend Door Is To Select Between Hot And Cold, One Is The Position Door Is For The Selection Of Defrost, Panel, Floor, Etc. And The Final Door Is The Recirc Door. And This Is Only If You Have A/c. When You Select Max Or Recirc Or The Button With The Car That Has The Arrow Circulating Around Inside The Car On The Heater Panel That Door Closes And Usually Makes The Blower Sound More Powerful. Wrong! It Is Just Closing Off Outside Air From Coming Into The Cab And Recirculating The Air After Its Heated Or Cooled Back Into The Cab.

My Advice Is To Look Down Under The Dash And Play With The Controls And Find What Controls Work What Doors. You Won't See The Doors Themselves But You Will See The Levers Attached To Them On The Outside Of The Heater Box. Make Sure All The Doors Work And If Not Go From There.
 
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