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Lexus LS400 1996 heater not warm

My Lexus LS400 heater only blows out warm air when the car is moving.  If stopped at a light or anything, the air is cold no matter what the temp is set on.

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Add coolant to it then check it should solve it

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Check your coolant level sounds like it might be low.

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