Heater System Repair

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WHEN THE HEAT STOPS BLOWING

Your vehicle’s heating system utilizes excess heat from the engine, which would otherwise destroy the engine if not removed by your vehicle’s cooling system. The cooling system absorbs the excess heat through a coolant—a mixture of water and anti-freeze. Hoses carry the coolant from the engine to the radiator, where the heat is expelled into the outside air. Your vehicle’s heating system circulates the heated coolant to the heater core located in your vehicle’s dashboard, which then directs the warm air outflow into your vehicle’s interior compartment. This cycle depends on the heater hoses that carry the coolant from the engine to the heater core where the heat can finally warm the inside of your vehicle.

 

HEATER CORE

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It is common for a failed heater core to develop cracks in its core and/or heater hose connections, cracks that can allow circulating engine coolant to leak out into surrounding areas, including into a vehicle’s interior and/or engine compartment.

If you have any of these symptoms, call us first!

 

BLOWER MOTOR/RESISTOR/SWITCHES

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Dale’s knows how blower motors integrate with related circuitry which allow us to diagnose the problem more effectively and quickly test and diagnose issues related to proper operation.

 

DALES ONLY USES THE BEST HEATER CORES, BLOWER MOTORS AND RE-PLATED PARTS! 

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Our blower motors provide robust performance, even in extreme conditions such as temperature shifts, humidity, dust and vibration. Designed and manufactured to OE specifications, our blower motors offer long component life and dependable motor operation thanks to incorporated permanent magnets and lubricated bearings.

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