2006 TRIBECA

Asked by Feb 06, 2014 at 02:09 PM about the Subaru Tribeca

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

- 1ST WE WERE NOT GETTING HEAT OUT OF THE PASSENGER SIDE VENTS.  HOSE (OR WHATEVER WAS BLOWN OUT) AND THEN NO HEAT IN CAR SINCE.  SAW A LEAK IN THE RADIATOR, REPLACED THE RADIATOR AND BLEW OUT HOSES (OR WHATEVER).  IF IN A HEATED GARAGE IT WILL HEAT UP BUT AS SOON AS IT GOES OUTSIDE THE HEAT GOES AWAY.  VERY FRUSTRATED AND WE DON'T LIVE NEAR A SUBARU DEALER AND IT HAS BEEN -20 DEGREES. BRRR

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6,605

Sounds to me like your thermostat is stuck open.

116,595

Did you bleed all the air out of the cooling system after replacing the parts? Failure to bleed the system will leave you with a no heat issue.

Yes did both

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