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Lack of interior heat

I have a 1998 Chrysler Concorde that will not blow heat into the interior of the car. I checked the hoses and found out I have hot water running through them but the air blowing into the car is cold. Is there a flap that could be closed and blocking the heat.

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If you are getting air into the cabin, then there is prbably no abstruction the is keeping the warm air out.

Check the coolant leval. There might be enough to cool the engine, but becuase the heater core is higher than the engine, the coolant might not be able to get to it.

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