The heating system in your vehicle is designed to keep you warm when the temperature drops and it is wet and windy outside. It is equipped with an inlet and an outlet that allow coolant to flow through the core, where the blower motor in the vehicle will blow air through the heater core and into the passenger compartment. The heater control valve device also regulates the circulation of hot engine coolant through the heater core. As parts of the engine cooling system, the thermostat, radiator, water pump, and coolant all work with the heating system. The engine cooling system of your vehicle is directly linked to the heating system; if you suspect that it is malfunctioning, it is crucial to have it inspected and replaced, if necessary, to avoid problems like the engine overheating, because it can cause further severe engine damage. The heating system has a few basic components, including the heater core, blower fan, heater control valve, heater hoses, and the HVAC control panel located inside the vehicle's cabin.


The heater is a component of a system that serves two purposes. In addition to warming your vehicle, it also assists in keeping the engine cool. The heat generated by the engine builds up and must be dissipated; the majority of this heat is dissipated through the exhaust system, while the remaining heat remains in the engine casting and is transferred to the coolant. As the vehicle reaches operating temperature, the thermostat will open and allow the coolant to circulate through the engine passage, removing heat from the engine and directing it to the radiator. The heated fluid will then circulate to the heater core, which will distribute the heat throughout the cabin. Users regulate the heater and fans to determine how much heat they want to enter the cabin. The heater core is mounted under the dashboard or heating, ventilation, and air conditioning control panel on the passenger side of the vehicle. The heater control valve is a device that regulates the circulation of hot engine coolant through the heater core. This control valve regulates the cabin's temperature.

The cooling system must be in good condition for the heater to operate properly. Having the correct mixture of coolant and water, as well as having full coolant levels and no leaks, is also crucial for ensuring that the machine is in proper working order. The thermostat must open and close at the appropriate temperatures without sticking, and the water pump must be operational so that coolant can circulate through the engine, radiator, and heater core. Maintaining a clean and leak-free heater core and radiator will help to ensure that they can effectively disperse engine heat.


It is rarely easy to find the ideal aftermarket component. We completely understand, and we are here to assist you in locating the best heaters and upgrades for your particular application. Our passion is assisting customers in creating their dream vehicles. Vivid Racing guarantees that their products meet the quality, comfort, and strength requirements of their customers.