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I turned my heater on and it was making a type of clicking noise and no heat was coming out???

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There is a part called a blendor motor under the dash in the center of the car that controlls the mixture of hot air from the heater core. I have replaced one that had a couple teeth missing on the little plastic gear inside. It too made a clicking noise and no heat output.

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