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The vehicle is 1998 Pontiac Transport. The problem is that the heater does not blow warm air. How do I fix This problem. Thanks.

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Check your radiator for leaks. Check water level and antifreeze level. Your thermostat may be stuck closed. Recommend having vehicle winterized. They will check everything.

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