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Heat 97 Camry - A/C works fine, but the heat doesnt. What gives?

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You should be more specific.
First the two are not associated. The a/c is run with a belt driven compressor. The heat uses the coolant and the heat from your engine. Check your coolant level in your radiator and overflow tank, top off if need. Look for obvious leaks, make sure your t-stat is opening, maybe replace it. You could have problems with your radiator, the list goes on. Are you overheating? Do you have a temp gauge?
I cant help any more than that from where I'm sitting.

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