Why doesn't my cars heat work properly ?

Asked by Feb 12, 2016 at 10:49 AM about the 2007 Honda Civic EX w/ Navigation

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

three weeks ago my passenger side vents only shot out cold air while my drivers side was fine. After a few days my drivers side air began to be cold. I went to get it flushed about two weeks. After the flush the heat was working great! Up until yesterday that is. Yesterday I noticed that the passenger side vents have cold air while the drivers side is hot. I have the dial turned all the way up on the heat. Any idea on what it could be? Should I get it flushed again or is it something else?

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5,905

the thermostat is stuck open...get a new 180 degree thermostat~ about 15 bucks max~

5,905

the direction switch and blend door may have a broken cable end~ one might have to examine the function...may require a bit of disassembly~

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