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HEAT my heat wont kick on in my car...a/c blows fine beautifully...but it wont switch to heat...the thermostat was just replaced...do you have any DYI fixes

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    Same with my 91 caddy, just had the heater core fushed and systems cleaned,. Help it's cold in the mornings?

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The heater matrix must be fu**ed

Posted on Dec 15, 2008


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