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Defroster 1992 Subaru Loyale defroster puts out warm air then back to cool fan speed seems good and you feel air out of defroster vents also water temp gage always read on low end of gage

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Yeks, quick (when engine cool) make sure your radiator is FULL and engine is AIR BLED at the thermastadt. If your master brake cylinder is assisted power your DIAPHARM could be ruptured. Causes low vac in system so heater controls only work at idle the changes to cold when driving

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