These terms are used for identification purposes only. In overall performance it outscored many competing luxury wagons. After the refrigrient they both worked fine. Now blower is in 2 bits held tgether by 2 cables. Why did you drive almost a year on a bad thermostat? The contact stated the driver side seat warmer ignited a fire and burned through the seat.
I also had the cabin air heat on, so I decided to turn that off and also turned my seat heater off, which is when I noticed smoke coming up from the driver's seat. The fog problem appears to have gotten worse since the radiator was replaced. If you dont have enough coolant and you see it is low, this may also cause the heater to stop working. First place grommenst to all three sides of blower motor and hold into place casing. In the meantime a neighbor had grabbed the little girl. The contact also mentioned that the heat was not working inside the vehicle.
This morning, it started blowing cold again. It is well documented problem and with a soldering iron I fixed it in about ten minutes. Works like a charm now! If only one is hot, then the selector is malfunctioning. The failure mileage was 110,000. However, no movement from heater blower. They have replaced all the sensors and the blower but the problem still persists.
You burned way more gas than you should've and are lucky you arent putting a couple grand in catalytic convertors in it from that. This happened on my car. I had this issue on a Golf. Here's where pressure switch Sun Jun 22, 2008 10:23 pm 2001jetta2. I had problem with my compressor clutch. While all this was happening the mother placed three frantic 911 calls.
I had the heater core cleaned thoroughly and back flushed. The blower motor will start on it's own sometimes driving down the road. Prior to the failure, the vehicle was repaired according to the manufacturer's recall for the seats: heating system. This morning, it started blowing cold again. I took my car in for the recall and this issue should have been resolved.
This will give you a good guide for how to fix the problem on a 1999 — 2005 Jetta 4th Generation, Type 1J. They are telling us a new compressor for 1098. He was able to extinguish the fire. While driving at an unknown speed with the heated seat feature activated, the contact noticed that the heater burned through the seat and through his clothing. Turn temperature rotary control knob to left and right onto stops. It's not blowing cold air. She then went up into the house removed two dogs to a crate on the deck.
She again re-entered the garage and opened the other garage door both now open observed flames shooting out of the drivers door of the car. Yeah I had a similar problem, but for a different car - here are a few things that could be wrong - Low coolant level not enough to go around - filled mine up and heaters fine again - Thermostat though in somecases give you a faulty temperature reading - Air pockets in the system may need fluid flushing - Control Valve On some cars valve moves when you switch on heater, your may not be working at all Just a few common problems I can think of, obviously depends on your cars system. I'm a bit anxious of the thing going off in my face, I've heard that without the key in the ignition they are dead and will not function, I've also heard that after 20 minutes of disconnecting the battery all the static will have dispersed and they can be disconnected. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and they stated that the heated seat motor needed to be replaced. Very dangerous and has led to near accidents on 4 occasions.
The Passat rides and handles well and has the interior ambience of a much costlier car. It seems to work once in a great while. If you know any shops in durham area please let me know Thanks! Since we live in n. It should be located on the passenger side under the dash or on the firewall inside the engine compartment on the passenger side. That would indicate either your thermostat is stuck closed or your engine has no coolant left in it, and your engine is overheating.
There's a lot of plastic covers to remove but in the end, I could find the connector that was indeed disconnected. The simple way to test for this is to bring the car up to running temperature and see if there is a dramatic difference in the temperature of the hoses coming out of the heater core. Your heater core could be clogged. Simly keep you hand on the casing and push the blower fan the other way. The husband said that it was probably the seat heater, had her turn off the seat heater and restart the car.
The other thread you posted on has several other very good areas to check. The dealer replaced the heater core. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and they diagnosed the failure as the heater core. It's too feckin' cold to be messing about with this at the moment, I can barely get the seatbelt on with all of the clothes I'm wearing! ~Gail I have had exactly the same symtoms with my 2. Copyright © 2005 Volkswagen Talk - All rights reserved. Cut it to the right size so the doors is sealed but not prevented from moving or sealing due to the new seal size. A bump on the curb resulted in the entire pan giving way and all the oil leaking out.