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The netermometr in my voyager 2000 is not goin to the midle like is to do and the heat is not the sme hot us to be

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Your thermostat is most likely now working correctly and needs to be replaced. It is either closed, now allowing heat to flow to your heater core and making hot air out of your vent or it is stuck open, not allowing vehicle to properly warm up.

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