Some GM customers may find that their vehicle's malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) illuminates after starting the vehicle when using the engine coolant heater in very cold ambient temperatures.
During winter driving, especially in the 23 "Salt Belt" states, water containing salt may accumulate in the black plastic pipe cover and/or the brackets of the wheel housing. This may cause corrosion and perforation of the rear heater pipe, resulting in coolant seepage from the rear heater pipe.
Applies To: 2009-’10 Fit All 2011 Fit – From VIN JHMGE8…B5000001 through JHMGE8…B5000012 2011 Fit – From VIN JHMGE8…BC000001 through JHMGE8…BC012605 Symptom: The HVAC blower motor works only on high speed. Probable Cause: Excessive current draw from the HVAC blower motor causes the blower resistor to fail. Corrective Action:...
A loose control knob potentiometer could cause erratic behavior on a Highlander climate control system.
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Leave it to the OEMs to take a simple system like heating and air conditioning and turn it into an electronic jumble of wiring, sensors and computer components.
The majority of repeat heater core leaks are due to high flow rate or use of poor quality coolant. However, electrolysis should also be checked, especially when repeat repairs have occurred.