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    Post heater not working in baleno jxr

    all pipes are connected right but heater not working what should be the problem?

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    first of all you need to check the couple of things.
    1.ur fan should b automatic.
    2.thermostat valve should b installed.
    check these things if pipes are rightly connected.

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    core might be blocked
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    There is a shutter that controls the air passage between heated core and Ac core. It must be either stuck at cold position or the motor gear could be sliiping , considering your car has an electric AC control panel. If its manual then bend down from drivers side and try to locate the wire that controls the shutter by moving it from left to right from left hand, you would know the procedure in no time and than manualy assist the latch that controls the shutter, sometimes keeping it at cold for many years can cause it to get stuck,
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    I have the same problem in my baleno. Fan is automatic, thermostat valve in place. can someone tell coolant flow could be bidirectional or unidirectional. I'm not sure if pipes leading to heating core are connected correctly (in uni-directional case)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiqi81 View Post
    I have the same problem in my baleno. Fan is automatic, thermostat valve in place. can someone tell coolant flow could be bidirectional or unidirectional. I'm not sure if pipes leading to heating core are connected correctly (in uni-directional case)
    Your heater core could be blocked....Common problem with many cars...
    I don't think connections matter.
    There is nothing High tech in heater, just two water line going to and coming from heater core(looks like radiater, just smaller).
    NiGhT ShAdE>>~

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