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No heat I have no heat the blowersruns,can change temp. setting and the car temp is ok.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    this is caused by the air temp control blend door actuator motor being defective,($25 part) it can be changed without removing the dash as the factory manual says, u must remove the glove box door and liner, it is very hard to get at and best left to the dealer.

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Under the hood is aheater control valve fell both heater hoses make sure they are both warm if not this valve is your problem

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