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Old 10-21-2017, 08:42 PM   #1
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Driver/Passenger Heater Issue

Has anyone experienced heater not working and if so, what was the problem/fix? AC works really well as does the fan. When I rotate the switch to heat, all I get is cold air.

I own a Winnebago Journey, 2006 Class A Diesel (recently purchased).

Thanks in advance....Dan
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Old 10-22-2017, 07:32 AM   #2
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Are you talking about your hot air furnace or the heat strip on the AC?

If the heat strip on the AC it may have been replaced without a heat strip.
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Old 10-22-2017, 04:16 PM   #3
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I thought they were talking about the dash air/heater.
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From the title that was what I thought but after reading the question I thought about the MH stuff.
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Has anyone experienced heater not working and if so, what was the problem/fix? AC works really well as does the fan. When I rotate the switch to heat, all I get is cold air.

I own a Winnebago Journey, 2006 Class A Diesel (recently purchased).

Thanks in advance....Dan
Perhaps the engine coolant flow through the front heater coil has been shut off. My 2005 Vectra has shutoff valves back under the driver's side of the engine:



It may have been shutoff due to a leak in the heater coil up front--be sure to check for that if it's shut off and you turn it back on.

[Note that these pictures show the valves in the OFF position--in the ON position the handles would line up with the tubing.]
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