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No heat in my 95 corolla changed thermostat,no leaking.but im not sure how many belts i should have.there are 2 on now.the one missing i believe is for the ac.should i have three belts

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    If there are empty pulleys you should have a belt on them, that is only common sense, the issue is why is the belt gone, did the AC pump freeze up and burn the belt off? check and make sure the AC pump/compressor rotates freely. As far as the heater issue, verify the heater hoses in and out of the heater are both hot, if only one is hot the heater core is plugged, the other is the temperature control door, does it slide freely? does the door move?



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Check the heater core to see if it is clogged up . first warm the car to normal temp , there are 2 heater hoses that go from the engine to the firewall. both should be hot, if not the heater core is clogged .

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