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Heating system i was running the heater in my 1997 chev cav 2.2 and all of sudden the heat just stopped.The fan still works fine and the vents do open and close but now all it does is just get warm like 75 degrees.What could be my problem

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    heather core dont work

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Heating coil? i dont really know. email me with more info or questions at meanness628@aim.com

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Check your coolant level if that is ok check the thermostat

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The actual heat is the hot coolany from your engine that flows though a heater core.
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