My heater does not have 2 prongs.
Depends on the BTUs of the heater.
Most output ranging from 560 to 600 btuh per foot, this is with 170 F water temps. I have no way to know your specifics from where I am.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it sounds like your heater core has a leak
Electricity energy is converted into internal energy through work. As the internal energy of the heater increases so, too, does its temperature. Energy is then lost to the surroundings through heat transfer. The change in the heater's internal energy is the difference between the work done on the heater and the heat transfer away from it.
There is no relay. There is an electrically controlled temp door motor that runs the door directing the air flow, either across the heater core, or across the evaporator core, or any degree in between. That motor sometmes fails, and that blend dorr likes to break. I have a feeling you will need a heater case, because the door is part of the assembly.
its called your heater core No it is called your heater control valve
through a cracked heater core - possible.
The heater coil and a heater core is the same thing. Hot water circulates from the engine and through the heater core then back to engine generating heat for your heater system.
Same way the heater on your truck works... coolant is run through the engine system, becomes heated, is run through a heater coil, and a blower blows the heated air around the heater coil through the ductwork to heat up the vehicle.
Leaking heater core.Leaking heater core.
There is not a heater valve in a WV Passat. Instead, coolant moves through the heater core at all times.
just splice the two heater hoses that go through to the heater core the together
Hot coolant from the engine is circulated through a element under the dash that is called a heater core. The heater core has air space between the sections of it and the hot air from the core is blown through ducting below the dash by a fan called the blower motor.
In line on the heater hoses on the passenger side of the engine. Has a small vacuum line to it and both heater hoses go through it. The heater hoses are smaller than the radiator hoses and go through the firwall.
it could be the heater is leaking!