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Hi,

My heaters have stopped blowing warm air when stationary, once I am on the move it starts heating up again, then blows cold when I stop, even when I have the setting on Hi.
Not sure what this could be, has anyone had problems with airlocks?
Onlything I have changed recently is the RSK.
Does the FN2 have a bleed off valve, if so where is it located?
 

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same problem

i hope that you can get the answer to this!!!
mine has been like that for over 12 months and i have tried flushing the system, bleeding through hoses but still had no luck with it,
it just seems to warm up when you have some revs on not realy what you want when stationary :(:(
so please help us both before we freeeeeeeze to death;)

cheers steve
 

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I'm Still Freezing

i hope that you can get the answer to this!!!
mine has been like that for over 12 months and i have tried flushing the system, bleeding through hoses but still had no luck with it,
it just seems to warm up when you have some revs on not realy what you want when stationary :(:(
so please help us both before we freeeeeeeze to death;)

cheers steve
Anyone out there.......Please help! :confused:
 

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Thermostat? what is the temperature gauge showing?
Temp is showing normal, fink i will get it booked into Honda Garage in a couple of weeks.
 

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Well been into the Honda Garage, it was an airlock, most likely created when I fitted the HKS RSK.
£42 for half an hours labour, but at least I am warm now.....
 

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Got this exact same problem. Drove from my house 3 miles to pickup the wife from the station as I pulled up the air was on 23 and it was bitterly cold. So an air lock? Would a complete flush and fluid change fix this?
Thanks.


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I had air in mine too when I changed my intake. You can bleed the air out through the radiator.

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