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Singnals are not working, rad water comming in side the car,

Bloor is not throwing air in side the car, but throwing out side the car
in cold electric lock does not click have to do by hand, but when car gets warmed up the electric locks works

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You have a heater core problem. that is the cause of all the other peoblems you are having. you will need to replace the heater core located under the dashboard. it probably damaged the blower motor and other components. As for the locks it seems they need some good lubrication.

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