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I have a 94 Mazda Protege and I don't get very good heat, the gauge says that the temp. is OK , Ther water pump seems to be working and I just replaced the thermostat. still the heat gets just barely warm, not warm but not ice cold. Please advise.

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  • mi-mi1 Nov 23, 2008

    I checked and all thecables and linkages all are in tack and working. do I check the heater core by disconnecting the hoses and back flushing??

  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2008

    I have the same problem! I have done a flush on the cooling system, pressure tested it, and still cant find whats wrong. My temp gauge goes up to about halfway, but I get really NO heat in the car. Shouldnt say 'no' because I do seem to get enough to defrost windows, but it doesnt get to a comfortable temp. I'm to the point that I'm just going to change the heater core and HOPE thats whats wrong with it.

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Check your controls under dash maybe lever or cable has come off or broke to the heat door or recirculate vent/////// if you check the hose going to heater core and the return hose maybe clogged heater core

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