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Very little heat from heater inside vehicle

I can't fix problem with heater.I have changed the thermastat but no better.

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    1992 Mazda Changed thermostat, still does not circulate heat.

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Do you have a air controlled heat valve switch located on firewall at heater core hose by chance on this vehicle?

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