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No heat in my 1995 hyndia accent

Changed the thermastate and the gadge sensor still no heat.

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The heater core is blocked. With any luck, you may be able to reverse the heater hoses. Be super careful not to get too wild as it is very easy to mess up the pipes or the connections! Also, you may try to flush it out with house pressure water. After it is now pumping out the heat, replace the coolant. Frankster016

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