Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 14:40:30 -0500
From: Robin Moore <>
Subject: Re: Heater blows cold for too long

Could be the thermostat as others have mentionned, but if you haven't checked the coolant level, do so immediatedly. I had a similar, somewhat intermittent problem and it turned out to be low coolant due to a slight leak at the head gasket. I neglected to follow up in identifying the problem, with the result that the engine overheated on a trip. I managed, to salvage the car with a replacement head and an engine job, $3000 later.... Dennis Cathey wrote: > Ladies & gents, > My '92 900S hatchback has 101K miles, and my heater seems to take about > 20 - 30 minutes to start blowing hot air. Even then, it seems to start > blowing cool air again after a few minutes. Temp that the heater is > blowing does not seem to correlate w/ the temp of the engine, although > the engine does seem to take awhile to warm up. > Any ideas on where I should start looking for a problem? > Thanks for your time. > Dennis

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