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Golf 1.6 97 heater not hot only cold

Bought car three weeks ago heater blower was hot but now only cold please help ,water level is good in header tank.thanks

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Thermostat is most probably no more good, or u have a serious air bubble in ur coolant system if it leaked or was repaired recently.
90% chance it's ur thermostat.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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Bleed air out of the very top water hoses on the engine (when cold!) whilst filling. Then run the engine for a short time, check tank level again and if required refill when cool enough to be safe, repeat this if water level drops in tank again. When water level in header tank stays constant run the car up to full temp. and see if problem is fixed. Then check level again when cool.

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2.) fans spin freely without taking force

3.) thermostat it could be stuck closed due to someone at sometime only running water without antifreez and causing the pressure pin to rust and freeze the gate shut

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