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What happens when your Chevy Sonic heater stops working?

What happens when your Chevy Sonic heater stops working?

At this point, the blower motor blows air across the it and the newly heated air blows on to the driver and passengers. If the heater has stopped working in your Sonic, this process has failed in one way or another.

Is there a problem with my Chevy Sonic?

The car has been having intermittent reduced engine power since September 2016. The car was taken to the dealer, the check engine light never illuminated and no problem was diagnosed. During a recent trip the car began to have reduced engine power and surging. The check engine light illuminated. Trouble code P0171.

Where can I get a 2013 Chevy Sonic replaced?

The contact owns a 2013 Chevrolet Sonic. While the vehicle was stationary and while driving various speeds, the check engine warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was towed to sarra Chevrolet (1170 centerpoint parkway, birmingham, Alabama 35215, (205) 853-2906) where the thermostat was replaced at approximately 24,000 miles.

Why is my Chevy Sonic making a hissing sound?

When idling (at a red light or stop sign) the engine shakes vigorously and is harder to get back speed. When car is running and the hood is open, there is a hissing sound. Takata recall – the engine has been misfiring this has also happen to someone else I know who has had the same vehicle.

What happens when your Chevy Sonic heater is not working?

Actual prices may change depending on final diagnosis. Chevrolet Sonic Heater Is Not Working Repair Symptoms. When the blower motor fails, the air conditioner and heater may still work, and heat or cool may be felt at the vents, but the air pressure will be dramatically decreased.

Why is my heater not working on my Buick Enclave?

If it’s not coming on at all, it’s usually either the blower motor or some other wiring issue. If the heat is blowing, but blowing cold, it has something to do with the coolant getting to the heater core, or the heater core itself.

Why does my car overheat when I Turn on the a / C?

If the a/c cycles (turns on/off itself) then it can be the pressure sensors working (either low pressure, or high pressure sensors). However: engine overheating is an engine problem (timing or engine cooling system, or even low oil level) NOT induced by the a/c system.

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Ruth Doyle