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1995 lexus 3000 no heat

The engine is getting up to temp, so it may be an airlock. The car sat for two weeks and had great heat prior to using this past Saturday. No work was done on it. If it is an air lock how do I fix it. Also, could it be a heater switch on the firewall? Read this in a google search.

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I HAVE A LEXUS GS300. THE ENG TEMP IS NORMANL BUT WHEN I TURN ON THE HEAT INSIDE THE CAR IT DOES NOT GET HOT . IF I TURN THE HEAT KNOB ON LOW U CAN FELL THE HEAT CAN U HELP ME SOLVE THIS PROBLEM

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Open the radiator cap and the water bottle and squeeze the rubber pipes. dont do this when engine is hot or warm but it may help to run the car and dont forget the pipes going into the heater box. joe

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